Copyright
N.Y.). Library Century Association (New York.

A catalogue of the James Lorimer Graham library online

. (page 17 of 32)
Online LibraryN.Y.). Library Century Association (New YorkA catalogue of the James Lorimer Graham library → online text (page 17 of 32)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


1869, a la reunion publique du theatre Imperia.1 presidee par M.
Laboulaye. Par Augustin Cochin, De 1'Institut. Precedee
d'Un Discours de M. Laboulaye Membre de 1'Institut Presi-
dent de la Reunion. Paris 1869 i2mo. pp. u, 56.

LA BOURDONNAIS (L. C. de). Nouveau Traite du jeu des
Echecs. . Paris, 1833. i2mo. pp. 167, 204.

LA BROCQUIERE, de. See Wright, T.

LA BRUYERE (Jean de). Caracteres de La Bruyere, suivis
des Caracteres de Theophraste, traduits du Grec avec des notes
et des additions par Schweighseuser. Paris, 1847. 121110. pp.
528.

LACOLONGE (O. de). De 1'Eau Considered aux points de vue
physique mecanique et alimentaire. Paris: 1867. 241110. pp. 50.

LACOMBE (H. Mercier de). Le Mexique et les Etats-Unis
Deuxieme Edition, revue et augmente'e. Paris 1863 8vo. pp.
162.

LACOSTE (Henri de). Washington, ou Les Represailles, Fait
Historique en trois actes et en prose, Repre'sente' pour la pre-
miere fois sur le Theatre de 1'Imperatrice, le 5 Janvier, 1813.
Par le chr Henri de Lacoste, Membre de la Le'gion d'Honneur
et de 1'Ordre Imperial de la Reunion. A Paris. Chez Laurent-
Beaupr^, Libraire, Palais-Royal, galerie de bois, No. 228.
181.3. 8vo. pp. 68.

** # 6 portraits inserted.

(196)



LIBRARY. 197

LACROIX, (Paul "Bibliophile Jacob"). Vie Militaire et
Religieuse au Moyen Age et a I'e'poque de la Renaissance.
Ouvrage illustre* de 14 chromolithographies executees Par F.
Kellerhoven, Regamey et L. Allard et de 409 figures sur bois
gravees par Huyot Pre et Fils. Paris: 1873. 4 to - PP- 57 1 -
pis. t

LADE (R.). Voyages du Capitaine Robert Lade en differ-
entes parties de 1' Afrique, de 1' Asie et de 1'Amerique: contenant
L'Histoire de sa fortune, & ses Observations sur les Colonies &
le Commerce des Espagnols, des Anglois, des Hollandois, &c.
Ouvrage traduit.de 1' Anglois. Tome Premier. A Paris,
M.DCC.XLIV. 2 vols. i2mo. maps.

[LAFARGUE (Etienne de)]. Histoire / Geographique / de la /
Nouvelle Ecosse, / Contenant le detail de sa situation, de son /
etendue & de ses limites ; / Ainsi que des diffe'rens demeles
entre 1'An- /gleterre & la France, au sujet de la pos- / session
de cette Province: / Ou 1'on en demontre 1'importance, tant
par / rapport a notre Commerce, que pour la / sfirete de nos
autres Etablissemens dans / 1'Amerique Septentrionale : / Avec
une exacte Description des Bayes, Ports, Lacs & Rivieres ; de
la Nature & des Pro- / ductions du Pays, & des Mceurs &
Usages / des Indiens. / A Londres. / M. DCC. LV. / I2mo. pp.
viij, 164.

LA FAYETTE. See Barbarou x.

LA FONTAINE (Jean de). Contes et Nouvelles en Vers.
Nouvelle Edition corrigee, augmentee, & enrichie de Tailles-
Douces, dessinees par Mr. Remain de Hooge. A Amsterdam,
Chez N. Etienne Lucas. M. DCC. xxi. 2 vols. i6mo. port.

Fables Illustrees Precedees de la vie d'Esope et ac-

compagnees des notes de Coste. Nouvelle edition dans laquelle
on aperc.oit d'un coup d'ceil la moralite de la fable. Paris
1848 i8mo. pp. 391.

Fables et CEuvres Diverses, avec des notes et une

nouvelle notice sur sa vie, par C. A. Walckenaer. Paris, 1856.
I2mo. pp. 555.

Fables de La Fontaine Illustrations par Grandville

Paris M DCCC LXVIII rl. 8vo. pp. 667. pi.

LA GARDE (Auguste de Messence, Comte de). Les Obseques



198 GRAHAM

de Kosciuszko, aux tombeaux des rois de Pologne, Poeme v
suivi de notes historiques, et de La harpe du barde. Seconde
edition. Londres: 1827. 8vo. PP- 80.

LA GUERONNIERE (Alfred, Comte de). La Commune San-
glante ou le Legs Incendiaire par Le comte Alfred De La
Ggieronniere. Bruxelles 187-?. i2mo. pp. 252.

LA HONTAN (A. L.. de D., Baron de). Nouveaux / Voyages /
de Mr. le Baron / De Lahontan, / dans / 1'Amerique / Septen-
trionale. / Qui contient une relation des differens Peuples,/ qui y
habitent, la nature de leur Gouverne- / ment, leur Commerce,
leur Coutume, leur / Religion, & leur maniere de faire la Guerre. /
L'interet des Francois & des Anglois dans le Com- / merce
qu'ils font avec ces Nations, 1'avantage /que 1'Angleterre peut
retirer dans ce Pais, / e"tant en Guerre avec la France. / Le tout
enrichi de Cartes & de Figures. / Tome Premier. / A la Haye, /
Chez les Freres Lhonore', Marchands Libraires. M. DCCXV.
2 vols. I2mo. maps and pis.

#** The title of volume two is quite different.

LA LANNE (Ludovic). Bibliotheque de Poche par Une So-
ciete de Gens de Lettres et d'Erudits. Curiosites Bibliograph-
iques Paris 1857 i6mo. pp. 440.

LAMARTINE (Alphonse de). History of the Girondists ; or
personal memoirs of the patriots of the French Revolution.
From unpublished sources. Translated by H. T. Ryde. Lon-
don: 1849- 3 vols. i2mo. portraits.

History of the French Revolution of 1848, translated

from the French. London: MDCCCLII. i2mo. pp. 572. ports.

History of the French Revolution of 1848. Trans-
lated by Francis A. Durivage and William S. Chase. First
American edition. Boston: 1852- 2 vols. 8vo. port.

The Past, Present, and Future of the Republic. New

York: 1850. 8vo. pp. 163.

The Stone-Mason of Saint Point. A village tale.

New York: 1851. 8vo. pp. 144.

Lajeunesse. Nouvelle Edition. Paris: 1853. 241110.
pp. 1 60.

The History of the Restoration of Monarchy in France.

Translated by Captain Rafter. London: MDCCCLIV. 4 vols.
I2ino. port



LIBRARY.

LAMARTINE (Alphonse de). CEuvres Completes de Lamar-
tine. Tournai, [n. d.]. rl. 8vo. pp. 820.

CEuvres Completes de Lamartine. Publie'es et inedites.

Paris: Chez L'Auteur, M DCCC LXII- 40 vols. 8vo.

*** A presentation copy from the author.

LAMB (Charles). John Woodvil / A Tragedy. / By / C.
Lamb. / To which are added, / Fragments of Burton, / the au-
thor of / The Anatomy of Melancholy. / London: / Printed by
T. Plummer, Seething- Lane; / for G. and J. Robinson, Pater-
noster-Row. / 1802. / i6mo. pp. (4) 128.

*** A beautiful uncut copy.

Tales / from / Shakespeare. / Designed / for the Use of

Young Persons. / By Charles Lamb. / Embellished with cop-
per-plates. / In two volumes. / Vol. I. / London: / Printed for
Thomas Hodgkins, at the Juvenile li- / brary, Hanway-Street
(opposite Soho-Square), / Oxford-Street; and to be had of all /
booksellers. / 1807. / 2 vols. I2ino. pp. ix, (2), 235, plates;
(4), 261, (3), plates.

Specimens / of / English Dramatic Poets, / who lived /

About the Time of Shakspeare: / with notes. / By Charles
Lamb. / London. / Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and
Orme, / Paternoster-Row. / 1808. i2mo. pp. xii, 484.

*** A rare book in any condition, but this copy is made unique by a series
of autographic inscriptions on the fly leaves, which are as follows:

"B. W. Procter."

" To Leigh Hunt from B. W. P."

"L. H. with regards to Egerton Webbe, and no offense to B. W. P. having
another copy."

"John R. Wise, 1854."

"Alexander Smith to James L. Graham. Jun., Esq., 7th Oct., 1861."

"James L. Graham, Jr., to his Friend Bayard Taylor, Dec. 5th, 1863."

" To Edmund Clarence Stedman, his friend Bayard Taylor having like L- H.
another copy, 20 Dec., 1863."

" Edmund C. Stedman to his friend and comrade, Thomas Bailey Aldrich,
March, 1864."

"To N. P. Willis from his old friend and sub. ed. Thomas Bailey Aldrich."

"To Henry T. Tuckerman, from his old fellow townsman and sincere ad-
mirer, N. P. Willis, June 8, 1864."

" William Cullen Bryant with best wishes for many happy returns of this
day from his faithfully Henry T. Tuckerman, New York, Nov. 5th, 1864."

"To Fitz Greene Halleck from his friend and admirer, William Cullen Bry-
ant, New York, February 24, 1865."

"A. C. Swinburne."

"Houghton, Florence, Dec. 28, 1869."

"Joaquin Miller last and least, Florence, '73."



200 GRAHAM

LAMB (Charles). Specimens of English Dramatic Poets who
lived about the time of Shakspeare. With Notes. New Edi-
tion, including Extracts from the Garrick Plays. London :
1854. 8vo. pp. 552.

The Works of Charles Lamb. London: 1818. 2 vols.

i6mo.

#.*# A presentation copy from Lamb.

The Essays of Elia. First series. With a few remi-
niscences of the author and his friends, by Edmund Oilier.
London: [n. d.] i2mo. pp. 138.

The Works of Charles Lamb. London: 1850. 4 vols.

I2mor. port.

*\ Edited by Thomas Noon Talfourd.

See Procter, B. W.

LANDOR (Walter Savage). Works of. London: 1853. 2
vols. 8vo.

LANE (Edward W T illiam). An Account of the Manners and
Customs of the Modern Egyptians, written in Egypt during the
years 1833, -34, and -35, partly from notes made during a
former visit to that country in the years 1825, ~ 2 ^ -27, and -28.
The fifth edition, with numerous additions and improvements,
from a copy annotated by the author. Edited by his nephew,
Edward Stanley Poole. London: 1871. 2 vols. 8vo.

LANGDON (W. Chauncy). Some Account of the Catholic
Reform Movement In the Italian Church; to which is added, a
sketch of a recent tour in Lombardy and Venetia, and three
letters to the Rev. F. Meyrick. London: 1868. 121110. pp. 168.

LANGE (Max). Paul Morphy. A Sketch from the Chess
World. Translated by permission with additional notes and
games, by Herr Falkbeer. London: 1860. i2mo. pp. 356.

[LANGEAC (N. de 1'Espinasse de)]. Anecdotes / Anglaises et
Ame'ricaines / annees 1776 a 1783. / . . . / Tome Premier / A
Paris, / 1813. / 2 vols. 8vo.

Colomb dans les fers a Ferdinand et Isabelle, apres la

de"couverte de 1'Ame'rique; Epitre Qui a remporte le prix de
rAcade"mie de Marseille, Pre'ce'de'e d'un Precis historique sur
Colomb. A Londres, M. DCC. LXXXII. 8vo. pp. (6), 150, pi.

LANGLANDE (R.). See Piers Ploughman.



LIBRARY. 201

LANKESTER, (E.). See Haydn.

The Classic and Connoisseur in Italy and Sicily: with

an appendix containing an Abridged Translation of Lanzi's
Storia Pittorica. By the Rev. G. W. D. Evans. London: 1835.
3 vols. 8vo.

LANZI (Luigi). The History of Painting in Italy, from the
period of the revival of the Fine Arts to the end of the Eighteenth
Century: translated from the Italian. By Thomas Roscoe.
New Edition, revised. London: 1852. 3 vols. i2mo. port.

LA PLACE, de. See Noel.

LAPOMMERAYE (H. Berdalle de). L'Art d'etre Heureux.
Paris: 1868. 24tno. pp. 51.

Les Society's de Secours Mutuels. Paris: 1867. 241110.

PP- 5i-

LA PORTE (Joseph de). Le Voyageur Francois, ou La Con-
noissance de PAncien et du Nouveau Monde. Tome XIV.
Prix 3 liv. relie. A Paris, M. DCC. LXXI. i2mo. pp. 480.

LARDIER, (A.). See Barbaroux.

*
LARDNER (Diouysius). Popular Physics. London: 1856.

I2mo. pi.

LA ROCHEFOUCAULD (Fran9ois ducde). Reflections; or Sen-
tences and Moral Maxims. Translated from the editions of
1678 and 1827 with introduction, notes, and some account of
the author and his times. By J. W. Willis Bund and J. Hain
Friswell. London: 1871. 24tno. pp. no.

LA RocHEFOUGAULD-LiANCOURT (F. A. F., due de). Voyage /
dans / Les Etats-Unis / d'Amerique. / Fait en 1795, 1796 et
1797. / Tome Premier. / A Paris, /Chez Du Pont/ . . . /1'An
vii de la Republique. / 2 vols. 8vo. folding tables.

LARWOOD (Jacob) and John Camden HOTTEN. The History
of Signboards, From the Earliest Times to the Present Day.
With one hundred illustrations in fac-simile by J. Larwood.
London: 1866. 8vo. pp. 536.

** # A presentation copy from Mr. Hotten to Mr. Graham. There is another
copy on large paper with 72 extra illustrations.

LAS CASES (E. A. D. M. J., Comte de). Journal of the Private
Life and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon at Saint
Helena. A new edition. London: 1825. 4 vols. Svo. ports.,
pis., and maps.



202 GRAHAM

LATHBURY (Thomas). A History of the Book of Common
Prayer and Other Books of Authority; with .an attempt to ascer-
tain how the rubrics and canons have been understood and ob-
served from the Reformation to the accession of George III.
Also an Account of the State of Religion and Religious Parties
in England from 1640 to 1666. Second edition. Oxford and
London: 1859. 8vo. pp. 446.

LAURENS (H.). See Moore, F.

LAUZUN, due de. See Biron, A. L. de G.

LAVALLEE (Theophile). Histoire De Paris depuis le temps
des Gaulois jusqu'a nos jours. Paris: 1857. 2 vols. i2tno.

LAVERTUJON (Andre). L'An 1862 par Andre Lavertujon.
Bordeaux: 1863. 8vo. pp. 39.

LAVOISIER. See Franklin, B.

LAVOLLEE (C.). Les Expositions de 1' Industrie et 1' Exposi-
tion Universelle de 1867. Paris: 1867. 241110. pp. 52.

LAWRENCE (Amos). Extracts from the Diary and Corres-
pondence of the late Amos Lawrence; with a Brief Account of
\3ome Incidents in his Life. Edited by his son, William R.
Lawrence. Boston: 1855. 8vo. pp. 369. port, and pi.

LAWRENCE (Jonathan). ' A Selection from the Writings of
the late Jonathan Lawrence, Junior. New York: MDCCCXXXIII.
8vo. pp. 172.

LAWRENCE (T. B.). [A memorial sketch of] T. Bigelow Law-
rence. Printed for Private Distribution, [n. p. n. d.] I2mo.
pp. 44. port.

** # A letter from Mrs. Lawrence inserted.

LAWSON (W. J.). Who's Who in 1869. Twenty-first year.
London: [n. d.]. i6mo. pp. 303.

LAYARD (Austen Henry). Nineveh and Its Remains: with
an account of a visit to the Chaldsean Christians of Kurdistan,
and the Yezidis, or Devil- Worshippers; and an inquiry into the
manners and arts of the ancient Assyrians. New York: 1852.
2 vols. 8vo. maps and pis.

Discoveries among the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon;

with travels in Armenia, Kurdistan, and the Desert: being the
result of a second expedition undertaken for 'the Trustees of the
British Museum. With maps, plans, and illustrations. New
York: 1853. 8vo. pp. 686. pis.



LIBRARY. 203

Lays and Legends. See Bernard.

LEAR (Edward). A Book of Nonsense. London: [n. d.].
4to.

LEAR (Fanny). Le Roman d'une Americaine en Russie
accompagne de lettres originales. Bruxelles: 1875. i2mo.
PP- 336.

.a.** With an autograph letter of the author inserted. Lorenz states that
"Fanny Lear is a pseudonym for Miss Blackford, an American adventuress,
known through the scandal caused by her relations with a princely personage
in St. Petersburg in 1873 and '74. The work was interdicted in France a few
days after it had been put on sale."

LEARY (A.). See Lefferts.

Leaves. See Nichol, J.

Leaves from the Diary. See Tuckerman, H. T.

Leaves from the Journal. See Victoria, Queen.

LE BARBIER (J. L.). Asgill, / Drame, / En cinq actes, en
prose; / deVlie", / a Madame Asgill. / Par M. J. L. le Barbier le
Jeune. / Prix i liv. 10 sols. / A Londres : / et se trouve A
Paris: / Chez Cailleau. / . . . / M. DCC. LXXXV. / 8vo. pp. 86.

[LE BLANC (Jean Bernard)]. Le / Patriote / Anglois, / ou
Reflexions / Sur les Hostilites que la France / reproche a
1'Angleterre, / et sur la R6ponse de nos ministres / au dernier
Memoire de Sa M. T. C. / . . . / Ouvrage traduit de 1' Anglois
De John Tell Truth, / Par un Avocat au Parlement de Paris. /
A Geneve. / M. DCC. LVI. / i2mo. pp. (4), xii, 158, (2).

LEBRUN. See Chas, J.

LE BRUYN (Corneille). Voyage au Levant C'est-a-dire,
dans les Principaux endroits de 1'Asie Mineure, Dans les Isles
de Chio, Rhodes, Chypre, &c. De meme que dans les plus
considerables Villes d'Egypte, Syrie, & Terre Sainte; Enrichi
d'un grand nombre de Figures en Taille-Douce. Ou sont rep-
resentees les plus ce'le'bres Villes, Pai's, Bourgs, & autres choses
dignes de remarque, le tout dessine* d'apres Nature. A Paris,
M. DCC. xxv. 4 vols. 4to. port, and pis.

LE CLERC (Daniel). La Medecine Aise"e, contenant Plusieurs
Remedes Faciles & experimentez pour totite sorte de maladies
internes and externes: Avec Une Petite Pharmacie commode &
facile a faire a toute sorte de personnes. A Paris: M. DC. xcvi.
I2mo. pp. 376, 56.



204 GRAHAM

LECLERT (Emile). La Voile la Vapeur et 1'Helice. Paris:
1867. 241110. pp. 71.

LE CONTE (John L.). On Platygonus Compressus: a new
fossil Pachyderm, [n. p.] 1848. 4to. pp. 257-274. 4 plates.

Notes on the Classification of the Carabidse of the

United States, [n. p.] 1853. 4to. pp. 363-403.

Revision of the Elateridse of the United States, [n. p.]

1853. 410. pp. 45-5 8 -

Revision of the Cicindelse of the United States. Phila-
delphia: 1856. 4to. pp. 27-62. i plate.

Catalogue of Coleoptera of the Regions adjacent to the

Boundary Line between the United States and Mexico, [n. p.
n. d.] 4 to. pp. 9-42. i pi.

Report upon Insects Collected on the Survey, [n. p.

n. d.j 4to. pp. 72. 2 pi.

Synopsis of the Melclonthidse of the United States.

[n. p. n. d.] 410. pp. 235-288.

LEE (Nathaniel). The / Tragedy / of / Nero, / Emperour of /
Rome: / As it is Acted at the / Theatre-Royal, / by his Majesties
Servants. / By Nathaniel Lee, Gent. / London, / Printed by T.
R. and N. T. for James .Magnus and / Richard Bentley, at the
Post Office in Russel-Street / in Covent-Garden, 1675. / 4^-
PP- (8), 54, (i).

#** This, with the following plays, are bound up in two volumes, and in
each is written the name of Constance Gary, a Virginian dame of the last cen-
tury. After the second signature she has written "God bless her," and the
pious request was needed, for though Mr. Lee described himself as a " Gent,"
and proved himself such by dedicating each play to some duke or earl, his
productions were hardly such as would to-day be found in a woman's library.

Gloriana, / or the / Court of Augustus Caesar. / Acted
at the / Theatre-Royal, / By Their / Majesties Servants. I ... I
By Nat Lee. / London, / Printed for J. Magnes and R. Bentley, /
in Russel-Street in Covent-Garden, near / the Piazza's, Anno
Dom. MDCLXXVI. / 4to. pp. (6), 66, (2).

Csesar Borgia; / son of / Pope Alexander / the / Sixth: /
a / Tragedy / Acted" at the / Duke's Theatre / by / Their Royal
Highnesses Servants. / Written by Nat Lee. / London:/ Printed
by R. E. for R. Bentley, and M. Magnes, in Russel- / Street in
Covent-Garden, near the Piazza. 1680. / 4to. pp. (8), 70, (2).

*** The prologue is by Dryden.



LIBRARY. 205

LEE (Nathaniel). Lucius Junius / Brutus ; / Father of his Coun-
try. / A / Tragedy. / Acted at the Duke's Theatre, by their Royal /
Highnesses Servants. / Written by Nat Lee. / London, / . . . /
Printed for Richard Tonson, and Jacob Tonson, / at Grays-Inn
Gate, and at the Judges-Head / in Chancery-Lane near Fleet-
street, 1681. / 4to. pp. (8), 72.

Theodosius: / or, / The Force of Love, / a / Tragedy. /

Acted by / Their Royal Highnesses Servants, / at the / Duke's
Theatre. / Written by Nat Lee. / London. / Printed for R.
Bentley and S. Magnes, in Russel- street, / near Coven t-garden.
1684. / 4to. pp. (4), 62, (2).

Constantine / the Great; / a / Tragedy. / Acted at the /

Theatre-Royal, / By their Majesties Servants. / Written by 'Nat
Lee, Gent. / London, / Printed by H. Hills Jun. for R. Beutly, in
Russel -Street, Covent-Garden, and J. Tonson, at the Judges-Head
in / Chancery-Lane near Fleet-Street. 1684. / 4 to - PP- (8), 60.

*% Contains a " Catalogue of Plays Printed for R. Bentley."

Mithridates / King of Pontus, / a / Tragedy: / Acted at

the / Theatre Royal, / By their Majestie's Servants. / Written by
Nat Lee / . . . / Licensed March 28. 1678. / Roger 1' Estrange. /
London: / Printed by R. E. for Rich. Bentley and S. Magnes,
in Russel- /street in Covent-Garden, near the Piazza's. 1685. /
4to. pp. (8), 66.

The / Princess / of/ Cleve, / As it was Acted / at the /

Queens Theatre / in / Dorset-Garden. / By Nat Lee, Gent. /
London, Printed in the Year, 1689. / 4to. pp. (6) +

*% Imperfect.

The / Massacre / of / Paris: / a / Tragedy./ As it is

Acted at the / Theatre Royal /- by their / Majesties Servants. /
By Nat Lee, Gent. / London, / Printed for R. Bentley and M.
Magnes at the Post House / in Russel-street in Covent-Garden.
1690. / 410. pp. (4), 52, (4).

#% Contains a two-paged "Catalogue of plays," and "Novels newly
printed."

The / Rival Queens, / or, The Death of/ Alexander/
the Great. / Acted at the / Theatre-Royal, / by their / Majesties
Servants. / By Nat Lee, Gent / . . . / London, / Printed for
Richard Bentley, at the Post-House in Russel- /street in Covent-
Garden. 1690. / 4to. pp. (12), 56.

*% With a prefatory poem to Lee by Drydeu, and a prologue by Sir
Charles Scroop.



206 GRAHAM

LEE (Nathaniel). Sophonisba: /or, / Hannibal's Overthrow, /
a/ Tragedy. / Acted at the / Theatre-Royal, / By their / Majesties
Servants. / Written by Nathaniel Lee, Gent. / . . . / London, /
Printed for R. Bently and S. Magnes, .../.../ 4to. pp.
(4), 60.

Lee's tragedy of Alexander the Great, revised by J. P.

Kemble, and acted by Their Majesties Servants, at the Theatre
Royal, Drury Lane. London: printed for C. Lowndes, No. 66,
Drury-Lane, next the stage door. 1795. 8vo. pp. 48.

LEE (S. Adams). See Hunt, L.

[LEE (William)]. Les tats-Unis et PAngleterre, on Souve-
nirs et Reflexions d'Un Citoyen Americain. Essais traduits
sur 'le Manuscrit de 1'Auteur. A Bordeaux, Chez P. Coudert,
Imprimeur-Libraire, rue Saint-Remy, No. 41. Decembre
1814. 8vo. pp. 346.

**# A presentation copy from the author.

LEECH (John). Early Pencillings from Punch (chiefly po-
litical). London: [n. d.] 252 plates.

Later Pencillings from Punch, by John Leech. With

explanatory notes by Mark Lemon, Editor of Punch. London:
[n. d.] port, and 252 pis.

LEFEBVRE (Rene*). Paris en Ame'rique. Sixieme edition.
Paris: 1863. 121110. pp. 450.

LEFEUVRE (Fortune*). Voyage du Ge"ne*ral. Lafayette aux
Etats-Unis d'Ameriquc, en 1824 et 1825, Poeme; suivi de la
Musette bretonne, ou recueil de diverses chansons et poesies
le"gres. Paris, 1825. 8vo. pp. 50.

LEFEVRE (Andre"). Les Merveilles de 1' Architecture Illus-
tre"es de 50 vignettes par The'rond, Lancelot, etc. Deuxieme
Edition Enticement refondue par 1'Auteur. Paris: 1867. i2mo.
pp. 342. pi.

[LEFFERTS (M.)]. Report of the Joint Special Committees of
the Chamber of Commerce and American Geographical and
Statistical Society on the Extension of the Decimal System to
Weights and Measures of the United States. 1857. New
York: 1857. 8vo. pp. 22.

*** Signed by Marshall Lefferts, Archibald Russel, T. F. Harrison, George

W. Blunt and Arthur Leary.

LEGENDRE (A. M.). lments de Ge'ome'trie, avec additions



LIBRARY. 207

et modifications par M. A. Blanchet. Paris, 1847. 8vo - PP-
293. 271. pis.

Legends of the Rhine. See Bernard.

LEGGETT (William). A Collection of the Political Writings
of William Leggett, selected and arranged, With a Preface, by
Theodore Sedgwick, Jr. New York: 1840. 2 vols. I2mo.

[LEIGH (Chandos, J3aron}~\. Tracts, written in the years
1823 & l828 - B Y C. L. Privately Printed. John Merridew,
printer, Warwick. 1832. 161110. pp. 247.

Parliamentary Reform. East India Trade.

Invasion of Spain. Taxation.

Freedom of Trade. Causes of Present Distress.

Natural and Revealed Religion. Emigration.

Catholic Question. Colonial Trade.

LEIGH (E. C.). Les Negres Affranchis de 1'Amerique. Paris:
1865 8vo. pp. 12.

LEIGH (P.). See Doyle, R.

[LEIGHTON (Francis)]. The Muse's Blossoms: or, Juvenile
Poems. London: Printed for W. Frederick. M DCC LXIX.
8vo. pp. (8), 58.

LELAND (Charles G.). The Egyptian Sketch Book. New
York: 1874. 121110. pp. 331.

The English Gipsies, and Their Language London:

1874 i2ino. pp. 259.

[LE MASCRIER (Abbe Jean Babtiste)]. Memoires / Histori-
ques / sur / la Louisiane, / Contenant ce qui y est arrive de plus /
memorable depnis Pan ne'e 1687, jus / qu'a present; avec 1'etab-
lissement de la / Colonie Frangoise dans cette Province / de
1'Amerique Septentrionale sous la / direction de la Compagnie
des Ind.es; / le climat, la nature & les productions / de ce pays,
1'origine & La religion des / Sauvages qui 1'habitent; leurs
mceurs, / & leurs coutumes, &c. / Composes sur les Memoires de
M. Dumont, / par M. L. L. M. / Ouvrage enrichi de Cartes &
de Figures / Tome Premier. / A Paris, Chez Cl. J. B. Bauche,
Libraire, Quai / des Augustins, a 1' Image Ste. Genevieve. /
M. DCC. Lin. Avec approbation & Privilege du Roi. / 2 vols.
I2mo. maps.

[LEMOINE (H.) and J. CAULFIELD]. Eccentricities of litera-
ture and life; or the Recreative Magazine. London: published.



208 GRAHAM

Boston: Reprinted by Munroe and Francis, 4 Cornhill corner
of Water- Street. 1822. 8vo.

*** Specially illustrated by the insertion of ninety-one portraits.

LEMON (M.). The Jest Book the choicest anecdotes and
sayings selected and arranged by Mark Lemon. London: 1865
I2mo. pp. 361.

Up and Down the London Streets. London: 1867.

8vo. pp. 348. pis.

See Leech, J.

LEMPRIERE (J.). Bibliotheca Classica : or, A Classical Dic-
tionary, containing a copious account of all the proper names
mentioned in Ancient Authors. A new edition, revised and
corrected, with numerous additions and improvements. By
William Park. London: MDCCCLXIII. 161110. pp. 776.

LEONI (Michele). Lamento del Tasso di Lord Byron recato



Online LibraryN.Y.). Library Century Association (New YorkA catalogue of the James Lorimer Graham library → online text (page 17 of 32)