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VERGIATE (A. Vismara da). Assassinio del Presidente Degli
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Sig. Guglielmo Enrico Seward con alctini cenni sulla loro vita
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Vernet. A Paris, Chez Auber. 1806. Fo. pp. x, 136, 63,
24. 3 port, 27 pi and i map.
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Les VERTUS et Les Exploits de sa Majeste" Prussienne. Im-
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Vestiges of the Creation. See Chambers, R.
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VEUILLOT (Louis). Qa et La. Quatrime edition. Paris:
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VIARDOT (Louis). Les Merveilles de la Peinture par Louis
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VIAUD (P.). Naufrage et Aventures de M. Pierre Viand,
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VILLERS. La Mort du President Lincoln (Concours de
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VIRGILIUS MARO (P.). The Works of Virgil translated into
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substituted for this tirade a text against the authors of. the ' Encyclopedic,'
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WALKER (George). La Dette Ame'ricaine et Les Moyens de
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WARREN (Nathan B.). The Holidays: Christmas, Easter >.
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WARTON (Thomas). The History of English Poetry, from
the close of the eleventh to the commencement of the i8th
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WATERMAN (Catharine H.). Flora's Lexicon: An interpre-
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WELD (Charles Richard). Florence the New Capital of Italy.
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WELLINGTON (Arthur Wellesley, Duke of). The Words ot
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WENTWORTH (T.). See Strafford, T. W., Earl ot.
WEST (Tuffen). Half-Hours with the Microscope; being a
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