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1864. i2ino. pp. 72.

#*# Dedicated to Mr. Graham.

The King's Bell. With illustrations by Alfred Fred-
ericks. New York: M.DCCC. LXVI. i2mo. pp. 60.

"Under Green Leaves." A Book of Rural Poems.

Edited by Richard Henry Stoddard. New York: 1865. i2tno.
pp. 96. pis.

#** A presentation copy from the author to Mr. Graham.

Melodies and Madrigals; mostly From the Old Eng-
lish Poets. Edited by Richard Henry Stoddard. New York:
M DCCC LXVI. i2mo. pp. 206.

The Book of the East, and Other Poems. Boston:

1871. i2mo. pp. 249.

*** A presentation copy from the author to Mr. Graham. A second copy
has inserted a letter from the author to " My Dear Lorri."

(Editor). Bric-a-Brac series. New York: 1875-6. 10

vols. 161110.

*** Namely:

I. Personal reminiscences by Chorley, Planche", and Young. 1876. pp.
xxiii, 297.

II. Anecdote biographies of Thackeray and Dickens. 1875. pp. xxiv, 305.

III. Prosper Me'rime'e's letters to an incognita ; with recollections by La-
martine and George Sand. 1875. pp. xvi, 350.

IV. Personal reminiscences by Barham, Harness, and Hodder. 1875. pp.
xvi, 335.

V. The Greville memoirs. 1876. pp. xi, 346.

VI. Personal reminiscences by Moore and Jerdan. 1875. pp. xvi, 293.

VII. Personal reminiscences by Cornelia Knight and Thomas Raikes. 1876.
pp. xvi, 339.

VIII. Personal reminiscences by O'Keefe, Kelly, and Taylor. 1876. pp.
xxi, 341.

IX. Personal recollections of Lamb, Hazlitt, and others. 1875. pp. xxii,

322-

X. Personal reminiscences by Constable and Gillies. 1876. pp. xxx, 336.
Vols. ii.-vn. are also here in another binding, and vi. and vn. have por-
traits.

STONOR (T. E.). Description of a copy of "Rationes Decem
Campiani," printed at the private printing press, at Stonor,
1581. By the Hon. Thomas Edward Stonor. [London: 1854.]
8vo. pp. 6.

** Privately printed by Lord Houghton.



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STORER (J. and H. S.). Views in Edinburgh and its Vi-
cinity; drawn and engraved by J. & H. S. Storer, exhibiting
remains of Antiquity, Public Buildings, and Picturesque Scen-
ery. Edinburgh: 1820. 2 vols. 8vo. pis.

STORY (J.). ' Life and Letters of Joseph Story, Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, and Dane
Professor of Law at Harvard University. Edited by his son,
William W. Story. Boston: 1851. 2 vols. 8vo. port.

The Miscellaneous Writings of Joseph Story. Edited

by his son, William W. Story. Boston: 1852. 8vo. pp. 828.

STORY (W. W.).. Graffiti d' Italia. Edinburgh: MDCCCLXVIII.
121110. pp. 413.

Story of Al Raoui. See Beckford, W.

STOTHARD, T. See Shakespeare, W.

STOW (John). The / Svrvay / of London: / Containing / The
Originall, Antiquitie, Eucrease, and / more Moderne Estate of
the sayd / Famous Citie. / As also, the Rule and Gouernment
thereof (both Ecclesiasti- / call and Temporall) from time to
time. / With a briefe Relation of all the memorable Monu-
ments, / and other especiall Obseruations, both in and about /
the same Citie. / Written in the yeere 1598. By lohn Stow, /
Citizen of London. / Since then, continued, corrected and
much enlarged, with many / rare and worthy Notes, both of
Venerable Antiquity, and / later memorie; such, as were neuer
published before / this present yeere 1617. / London, / Printed
by George Purslowe, dwelling at the East end of / Christs
Church. 1618. / sin. 4to. pp. (12), 980, (4).

*% Portrait of the author inserted.

STOWE (Harriet Beecher). Dred; a Tale of the Great Dismal
Swamp. Boston: 1856. 2 vols. 8vo.

Agnes of Sorrento. London: M. DCCC. LXVII. i2mo.

PP- 352-

STRABO. The Geography of Strabo.- Literally translated,
with notes. The first six books by H. C. Hamilton. The re-
mainder by W. Falconer. London: MDCCCLIV. 3 vols. 8vo.
**# Vol. I. only.

STRAFFORD (Thomas Wentworth, Earl of ). Private Letters
from the Earl of .Strafford to his Third Wife. [London: 1854.]
8vo. pp. 24.

# * # Privately printed by Lord Houghton.



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STRANGE (Robert). An address delivered before the Peithes-
sophian and Philoclean Societies of Rutgers College. New
Brunswick: 1840. 8vo. pp. 36.

Stratford Gallery. See Palmer, H. L.

STRAZNICKY (E. R.). Catalogue of the Library of the Amer-
ican Geographical and Statistical Society. Compiled by E. R.
Straznicky. New York: 1857. 8vo. pp. 32.

STREET (George Edmund). Some Account of Gothic Archi-
tecture in Spain. Second edition. London: 1869. 8vo. pp.
527. pis.

STRODTMANN (A.). Die Arbeiterdichtung in Frankreich.
Ausgewahlte Lieder franzosischer Proletarier. Nebst einem
Anhang Victor Hugo'scher Zeitgedichte. London [186-].
I2mo. pp. Iv, 234.

Lothar. Zeitarabesken. Philadelphia: 1853. J 6mo.

pp. 1 06.

H. Heine's Leben und Werke. Berlin: 1867- 2 vols.

8vo.

STRUTHERS (John). Poems Moral and religious. Glasgow:
1814. 2 vols. i6mo. port.

#** A presentation copy from the author.

STRUTT (Joseph). The Regal and Ecclesiastical Antiquities
of England: containing the Representations of All the English
Monarchs, from Edward the Confessor to Henry the Eighth; and
of many persons that were eminent under their several reigns; on
sixty copper plates, engraved by the author: with a supplement
containing twelve plates. The whole Carefully Collected from
Ancient Illuminated Manuscripts. By Joseph Strutt. A new
and improved edition, with critical and explanatory notes, by
J. R. Planche". London: MDCCCXUI. 4to. pp. 152. pis. and
ports.

STUART (Carlos D.). lanthe: and Other Poems. New York:
1843. i2ino. pp. 222.

[STUART, G.]. Lettre an Comte De Bute, A 1' occasion de la
retraite de M. Pitt, & sur ce qui peut en re"sulter par rapport a
la Paix. Traduit de PAnglois sur la troisime edition. A
Londres: MDCCLXI. I2ino. pp. in.

STUBBS (W.) and G. TALMASH. The Crown Circuit Com-



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panion. The Sixth Edition, with several Additions, Improve-
ments, and modern References. By Thomas Dogherty. Dub-
lin: M.DCC.XCI. 8vo.

The Student. See Bulwer Lytton.

STURM (Christopher C.). Reflections on the Being and At-
tributes of God, and on His Works, both in Nature and Provi-
dence, For every Day in the Year. Corrected, translated, ar-
ranged, and greatly enlarged, by Adam Clarke. London: 1859.
2 vols. 1 2 mo.

SUARCE (Baron de). Le Monitor et Le Merrimac. Paris:
1862. 8vo. pp. 23. map.

SUCKLING (Sir JOHN). Fragmenta Aurea. / A Collection of
all / the / Incomparable Peeces, /written / By Sir John Svckling. /
And published by a Friend to perpetuate / his memory. /
Printed by his owne Copies. / London, / Printed for Humphrey
Mosely, and are to be /sold at his shop, at the Signe of the
Prin- / ces Armes in St Pauls Churchyard. / MDCXLVI. / sm.
8vo. pp. (6), 119, (6), 82, 64, (4), 52.

# * # Each part and each play has a separate title-page. The first edition.

The Works / of / Sir John Suckling. / Containing / All
his / Poems, / Plays, / Letters, &c. / Published by / His Friends
(from his own Copies) / to perpetuate his Memory. / London, /
Printed for Henry Herringman at the Anchor in the / Lower
Walk of the New Exchange, 1676. / i2ino.

*** This is a general title-page to a collected ^et of Suckling's publications,
and each part has a special title, as follows :

Fragmenta / Avrea. / A Collection of all / the / Incomparable Pieces / writ-
ten / By Sir John Suckling / And published by a Friend to perpe- / tuate his
Memory. / Printed by his own Copies. / London, / Printed for Humphrey
Moseley, and are to be sold / at his Shop at the sign of the Princes Arms / in
St. Pauls Church-yard. / 1648. / I2mo. 2ll.

Poems / &c. / Written by / Sir John Suckling. / Printed by his own Copy. /
The Lyrick Poems were set in / Musick by Mr. Henry Lawes, Gent, of the /
Kings Chappel, and one of His / Majesties Private Musick. / London, /
Printed by Tho. Warren for Humphry Mosely, and are /to be sold at his Shop
at the sign of the / Princes Arms in S. Pauls Church-yard, / 1648. / I2mo.
PP- 55-

Letters / To divers Eminent / Personages : / Written on several Occasions /
By / Sir John Suckling. / Printed by his own Copy. / London. / Printed
for Humphrey Mosely at the Prince's Arms / in St. Paul's Church-yard.
1658. / I2mo. pp. 59-112.



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An / Account /of / Religion / by / Reason / A discourse upon Occasion
pre- / sented to the Earl of Dorset : / by / Sir John Suckling. / Printed by his
own Copy. / London. / Printed for Humphrey Mosely, at the Prince's Arms /
in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1658. / I2mo. pp. 117-135.

Aglaura. / Presented at the Private-House / in / Black Fryers, / By his
Majesties Servants. / Written by / Sir John Suckling. / London. / Printed
for Humphrey Mosely at the Prince's Arms / in St. Paul's Church-yard.
1658. / 121110. pp. 82.

The / Goblings / A Comedy. / Presented at the Private House in / Black-
Fryers, by His Majesties / Servants. / Written. / By Sir John Suckling. /
London, / Printed for Humphrey Moseley, and are to be sold / at his shop, at
the sign 'of the Princes / Arms in St. Pauls Churchyard 1658. / 121110. pp.
1-12 and 81-134.

Brennoralt / a / Tragedy. / Presented at the Private-House / in / Black-
Fryers. / By his Majesties Servants. / Written by / Sir John Suckling. /
London, / Printed for Humphrey Mosely, at the Princes Arms, / in St. Pauls
Churchyard. 1658. / I2mo. pp. (i36)-i9O.

The Last / Remains / of / Sir John Suckling. / Being a Full / Collection /
Of all his / Poems and Letters / Which have been so long Expected, and /
never till now Published. / With / The License and Approbation of his /
Noble and Dearest / Friends. / London : / Printed for Humphrey Mosely, at
the Princes / Arms in St. Pauls Church-yard. 1659. / I2tno. pp. 37.

Letters / to / Several Persons / of / Honor. / By / Sir John Suckling. / Lon-
don, / Printed for Humphrey Moseley, at the Prince's Arms / in St. Pauls
Church-yard. 1659. / izmo. pp. 19.

The / Sad One. / A / Tragedy. / By / Sir John Suckling. / London, /
Printed for Humphrey Moseley at the Prince's Arms / in St. Pauls Church-
yard. 1659. / I2ino. pp. (5), 40.

SUCKLING (Sir].). The Works of Sir John Suckling. Con-
taining his Poems, Letters, and Plays. London: Printed for
Jacob Tonson, at Shakespear's Head, over against Katharine-
street in theStrand. 1719. i6mo. pp. (10), 420. port.

# * # Leigh Hunt's copy, with several MS. notes in his handwriting.

The Works of Sir John Suckling, containing his

Poems, Letters, and Plays. London: MDCCLXX. 2 vols. i6mo.

SUETONIUS TRANQUILLUS (Cains). The Lives of the Twelve
Caesars. By C. Suetonius Tranquillus; to which are added, his
Lives of the Grammarians, Rhetoricians, and Poets. The trans-
lation of Alexander Thomson, revised and corrected by T. For-
ester. London: MDCCCLV. 8vo. pp. 557.

Suite des Observations. See Cerisier.

Sulpicia. See Juvenalis.

"Sulpicius." See Cobbett, W.

A SUMMARY View of the Millennial Church, or United So-



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ciety of Believers, commonly called Shakers. Comprising the
rise, progress and practical order of the society. Together with
the General Principles of Their Faith and Testimony. Second
edition, revised and improved. Republished by the United
Society, with the approbation of the ministry. Albany: 1848.
121110. pp. 384.

SUMNER (Charles). The National Security and the National
Faith; Guarantees for the National Freedman and the National
Creditor. Speech at the Republican State Convention, in Wor-
cester, September 14, 1865. Boston: 1865. 8vo. pp. 21.

The Promises of the Declaration of Independence.

Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, delivered before the municipal
authorities of the City of Boston, June i, 1865. Boston: 1865.
8vo. pp. 67.

The SUNNY SOUTH; or The Southerner at Home, embracing
five years' experience of a northern governess in the Land of the
Sugar and the Cotton. Edited by Professor J. H. Ingraham, of
Mississippi. Philadelphia: 1860. 8vo. pp. 526.

*%. A series of le'ters, signed "Kate C," being an abbreviation for Kate

Conynghant Ingraham.

SUPERVILLE (Daniel de). Siemens du Christianisme, on
Abrege Des Veritez et des Devoirs de la Religion Chretienne;
A 1' usage des plus petits Enfans. A Amsterdam, MDCCVIII.
161110. pp. 45.

Les Veritez et les Devoirs de la Religion Chretienne;

on Catechisme, Pour 1' Instruction de la Jeunesse. A Amster-
dam, MDCCVIII. ibmo. pp. 387.

*% The author was a Walloon minister at Rotterdam.

[SuRGY, (J. P. Rousselot de.)] Histoire / naturelle et politique /
de la / Pensylvanie, / et / de 1'Etablissement / des Quakers / dans
Cette Contree. / Traduite de I'Allemand. / P. M. D. S. Cen-
seur Royal. / Precedee d'une Carte Geographique. / A Paris, /
Chez Ganeau, Libraire, rue S. Severin, /aux Armes de Dombes. /
M. DCC LXVIII. / Avec Approbation & Privilege du Roi. i6mo.
pp. xx, 372, 4. map.

*% Compiled from Kalm and Miltelberger.

SURREY (Henry Howard, Earl of). Poetical Works of Henry
Howard, Earl of Surrey Minor Contemporaneous Poets and
Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst. Edited by Robert Bell
London: 1854. I2ino. pp. 284.

minor poets are Lord Vaux, Grimoald and " uncertain authors."



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SWAINSON (C.) A Handbook of Weather Folk-lore. Being
a collection of proverbial sayings in various languages relating
to the weather, with explanatory and illustrative notes. Edin-
burgh: MDCCCLXXIII. i2mo. pp. 275.

The SWAN Tripe-Club: a Satyr, on the High-Flyers; In the
Year 1705. London: Printed and Sold by the Booksellers of
London and Westminster, 1710. 8vo. pp. 16.

SWEDEN. See Actes.

SWEET'S British Warblers. See Bechstein.

SWIFT (Jonathan). The Works of Jonathan Swift. Con-
taining Interesting and Valuable Papers not hitherto Published.
With a Memoir of the Author by Thomas Roscoe. London:
1851- 2 vols. 8vo. port.

Voyages de Gulliver Dans des Gentries Lointaines.

Par Swift. Traduction nouvelle precedee d'une notice par Wal-
ter Scott. Illustrations par J. J. Granville. Paris: M DCCC LXXIIL
8vo. pp. 508.

SWINBURNE (Algernon. Charles). Atalanta in Calydon. A
Tragedy. By Algernon Charles Swinburne. London: 1866.
1 2 mo. pp. xiv, 130.

.*# A presentation copy from the author to Mr. Graham.

Atalanta in Calydon, A Tragedy. Boston: 1866. i6mo.

pp. 113.

Chastelard; A Tragedy. London: 1866. 161110. pp.

219.

x*# A presentation copy from the author to Mr. Graham.

Chastelard. A Tragedy. New York: 1866. i6mo.

pp. 178.

Notes on Poems and Reviews. London: 1866. 8vo.

pp. 23.

*** A portrait inserted.

The Queen-Mother and Rosamond. London: 1866.
i2mo. pp. 217.

*** A presentation copy from the author to Mr. Graham. Mr. Graham has
written on a fly leaf ''This is the last copy of the Queen Mother and Rosa-
mond to be found in London."

The Queen-Mother and Rosamond. Second Edition.
London: 1868. 161110. pp. 233.



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SWINBURNE (Algernon Charles). The Queen-Mother and
Rosamond. Boston: 1866. 121110. pp. 232,

Poems and Ballads. London: 1866. 121110. pp. 344.

# % Contains two title pages, one having the imprint of Edward Moxon, and
the second that of J. C. Hotten. A presentation copy from the author to Mr.
Graham.

Poems and Ballads. London: 1866. I2ino. pp.344.

A Song of Italy. London: 1867. i2mo. pp.66.

William Blake. A Critical Essay. With illustrations

from Blake's designs in facsimile, coloured and plain. London:
1868. 8vo. pp. 304.

Songs Before Sunrise. London: 1871. I2ino. pp. 287.

Under the Microscope. London: 1872. 121110. pp.88.

Both well: A Tragedy. Second Edition. London:

1874. 121110. pp. 532.

# *jj. A presentation copy from the author to Mr. Graham. In the " Graham
Memorial ' is printed a poem by Swinburne on the death of Mr. Graham.

SWINTON (William). The Monitor and the Merrimac, from
"The twelve Decisive Battles of the War," by William Swin-
ton. [n. p.]: 1867. 8vo. pp. 27.

Swiss Family Robinson, See Wyss, J. D.

SYMONDS (John Addington). Sketches in Italy and Greece.
London: 1874. 8vo. pp.



Sv\V\




1 (C. K.). See Tuckerman.
Table Ronde. See Lesser, A. C. de.
Table Talk.Stz Moir, G.

TACITUS (Cains Cornelius). The Works of Tacitus. The
Oxford Translation, Revised. With Notes. London: 1854.
2 vols. 8vo.

TAINE(H.). De 1' Intelligence. Deuxieme edition. Paris:
1870 2 vols. 8vo.

Italy. Naples and Rome. Translated from the French

by]. Durand. London: 1867. 8vo. pp. 356.

Tales of a Traveller. See Irving, W.

Tales of the Genii. See Horam.

TALFOURD (T. Noon). Critical and Miscellaneous Writings.
Third American Edition. With additional articles never be-
fore published in this country. Boston: 1854. 8vo. pp. 176.
port.

TALLIS'S Scripture Natural History for Youth. London:
[n. d.]. 4 vols. 121110. pis.

*** Vols III. and iv. are by W. I. Bicknell.

TALMASH, (G.). See Stnbbs, W.

TANCOCK (O. W.). An English Grammar and Reading Book.
Second edition, revised and enlarged. Oxford: M DCCC LXXIV.
i6mo. pp. 332.

TANNAHILL, (Robert). Poems & Songs, Chiefly in the
Scotish Dialect. A notice respecting the life and writings of
the author is prefixed. Fourth edition, with considerable addi-
tions. London: 1817. 121110. pp. 288.

TAPPAN (Henry P.). The Growth of Cities: a Discourse de-
livered before the New York Geographical Society, on the even-
ing of March I5th, 1855. New York: 1855. vo. pp. 50.

TASSO (Torquato). Aminta, / Favola Boscareccia / di / Tor-
quato Tasso. / In AnTsterdam, nella Stamperia del S. D.
Elsevier, / Et in Parigi si vende/ Appresso Thomaso Jolly, / Nel
Palazzo. M. DC. LXXVIII. / 321110. pp. 85. pis.

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TASSO (Torqnato). Opere. Milano : Dalla Societa Tipo-
grafica de' Classici Italiani. MDCCCXXirr- 5 vols. 8vo. port.'

*% Contents : Vol. I. n. La Gerusalemme Liberata. in. Discorsi del
Poema Eroico e Rettere Poetiche [di] Tasso e d' Altri. iv. L'Armiuta e
Rime Scelte. v. Prose Scelte.

La Gerusalemme Liberata di Torqnato Tasso. Tomo

I. Pisa : Dalla Tipografia Delia Societav Letteraria. MDCCCVII.
2 vols. Fo. port.

Jerusalem Delivree, Poeme dti Tasse, traduit de

1'Italien; nouvelle edition, revue et corrigee. A Paris: 1823.
2 vols. i6mo.

The Jerusalem Delivered of Torqnato Tasso. Trans-
lated into English Spenserian Verse, with a Life of the Author.
By J. H. WifFen. Fifth Edition. London: MDCCCLIV. 8vo.
pp. 500. port, and pis.

TASSONI i(Alessandro). La Secchia Rapita. Pisa : Dalla
Tipografia Delia Societa Letteraria. MDCCCXI. . Fo. pp. 303.

TATK (N.). A Congratulatory Poem to His Royal Highness
Prince George of Denmark, Lord High Admiral of Great
Britain, upon the Glorious Successes at Sea. By N. Tate, Esq;
Poet-Laureat to Her Majesty. To which is added A Happy
Memorable Song, on the Fight near Audenarde, between the
Duke of Marlborough and Vendome, &c. London: Printed by
Henry Hills, in Black- fryars, near the Water-side. 1708. 8vo.
pp. 16.

TAYLOR (Arthur). The Glory of Regality: an Historical
Treatise of the Anointing and Crowning of the Kings and
Queens of England. London: 1820. 8vo. pp. 424.

TAYLOR (Bayard). A Book of Romances, Lyrics, and Songs.
Boston: M DCCC LIT. i2tno. pp. 153.

Poems of The Orient. Fourth edition. Boston:

M DCCC LV. 1 21110. pp. 203.

** # A presentation copy from the author to Mr. Graham.

Poems of Home and Travel. Boston: M DCCC LV.

I2ino. pp. 253.

*** A. presentation copy from the author to Mr., Graham.

A Journey to Central Africa, or Life and Landscapes

from Egypt to the Negro Kingdoms of the White Nile. With
a Map and Illustrations by the Author. Tenth edition. New-
York: 1857. 121110. pp. 522. port.



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TAYLOR (Bayard). At Home and Abroad; a Sketch-Book of
Life, Scenery and Men. New York: 1862. 8vo. pp. 500. pis.

a.* # This and the following eight titles form part of the collected "Prose
Writings" of the author.

Views A- Foot; or, Europe Seen With Knapsack and

Staff. Caxton edition, revised. New York: 1862. 8vo. pp.
506. pi.

At Home and Abroad: a Sketch-Book of Life, Scenery

and Men. Second Series. New York: 1862. 8vo. pp. 509. pis.

Eldorado; or, Adventures in the Path of Empire: com-
prising a voyage to California, via Panama; life in San Fran-
cisco and Monterey; pictures of the Gold Region, and experi-
ences of Mexican travel. Eighteenth edition. New York:
1862. 8vo. pp. 444. pi.

A Journey to Central Africa; or Life and, Landscape

from Egypt to the Negro Kingdoms of the White Nile. With
a Map and Illustrations by the Author. Eleventh edition.
New York: 1862. 8vo. pp. 522.

A Visit to India, China, and Japan, in the year 1853.

Sixteenth edition. New York: 1862. 8vo. pp. 539. pi.

The Lands of the Saracen: or, Pictures of Palestine,

Asia Minor, Sicily, and Spain. Twentieth Edition. New
York: 1862. 8vo. pp. 451. pi.

Northern Travel : Summer and Winter Pictures*

Sweden, Denmark, and Lapland. New York: 1862. 8vo. pp.
436. port.

** # On the fly-leaf of this volume is written : "To James Lorimer Graham,
Jr., these prose performances of one whose only literary aspiration is that of
a Poet are presented by his friend, Bayard Taylor."

New- York, Nov. 29, 1863.

Travels in Greece and Russia, with an Excursion to-

Crete. New York: 1863. 8vo. pp. 426. pi.

Hannah Thurston: a Story of American Life. New

York: 1863. 8vo. pp. 464.

John Godfrey's Fortunes; related by himself. A Story

of American Life. New York: 1865. i2ino. pp. 511.

*% Dedicated to Mr. Graham in the following words:
"To J Lorimer Graham, Jr., Esq.,

" New York.
"My dear Graham, I owe it to your kindness that the mechanical labor



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of putting this book into words has been so greatly reduced as almost to be-
come a pleasure. Hence you were much in my thoughts while I wrote, and
I do not ask your permission to associate your name with the completed
work."

# * # In this copy is a MS. poem in the handwriting of the author, as
follows:
To Jas. Lorimer Graham, Jr.

Why unto you this book is dedicate,

Dear friend, is in my words but half expressed,
Because I atn not one of those who prate
Of guarded sanctities of brain or breast:
That which I tell the world has lightest weight
Your conscious heart will whisper you the rest.
Your friend ever,

Bayard Taylor.
New- York. Christmas, 1864.

TAYLOR (Bayard). The Poems of Bayard Taylor. Boston:
1865. 241110. pp. 419. port.

#*# A pen and ink sketch of Taylor, made by Chas. A. Barry in 1864, is in-
serted, and on a fly leaf the author has written :

" For you, oh Graham, I place my name

Between these portraits two:
Whether the book deserveth fame,
Or brings its author shame and blame,
I hope 'twill pleasure you.

Bayard Taylor."
"Cedarcroft, Oct. 16, 1864."

The Poems of Bayard Taylor. Boston: Ticknor and

Fields. 1866. 121110. pp. 419. port.

** Contains a long presentation poem to Mr. Graham on the fly leaf in
the handwriting of Taylor.

The Picture of St. John. Boston: 1866. 12 mo. pp.

220.

*** A presentation copy from the author to Mr. Graham.

[ ] The Golden Wedding: Joseph Taylor, Rebecca W.

Taylor, October 15, 1868. Privately printed. Philadelphia:
J. B. Lippincott & Co. [1868.] i6mo. pp. 32.

**.. A memorial to the father and mother of Bayard Taylor, with a presen-
tation note from the poet to Mr. Graham.

By- Ways of Europe. New York: 1869. 12 mo. pp.

470. pi.

Beauty and the Beast: and Tales of Home. London:

1872. 8vo. pp. 340.

The Masque of the Gods. By Bayard Taylor. Boston:



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James R. Osgood and Company, Late Ticknor & Fields, and
Fields, Osgood & Co. 1872. 121110. pp. 47.

**3. An autograph of the author on title, and on a fly leaf is written in
Taylor's handwriting: "I give mine own first copy of 'The Masque of the
Gods' to my old and true friend, Jas. Lorimer Graham. Florence, March i,
1873."

TAYLOR (Bayard). Lars: a Pastoral of Norway. By Bayard
Taylor. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, Late Ticknor
& Fields, Osgood & Co. 1873. 121110. pp. 144.

#*.*. A presentation copy from the author to Mr. Graham.

Egypt and Iceland in the year 1874. London: 1875.

I2mo. pp. 282.

See Ripley, G.

TAYLOR (Henry). Notes From Life in Seven Essays. Money.
Humility & Independence. Wisdom. Choice in Marriage.
Children. The Life Poetic. The Ways of the Rich and Great.
From the Third London Edition. Boston: M DCCC Lin. 121110.
pp. 197.

Philip Van Artevelde. A dramatic romance. In two

parts. Boston: 1870. 241110. pp. 456.

TAYLOR (J. W.). Report on the Mineral Resources of the
United States east of the Rocky Mountains. Washington:
1868. 8vo. pp. 71.

TAYLOR (Jeremy). Holy Living and Dying, together with
Prayers containing The Whole Duty of a Christian, and the
parts of devotion fitted to all occasions, and furnished for all
necessities. New edition, carefully revised. London: MDCCO
LIV. 121110. pp. 525. port.

TAYLOR (Theodore). Charles Dickens'. The Story of his



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