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Charles, the High Court of Parliament, and the Reader.

4823 Speech of Mr. Barna.rd, on the Bill to Refund the Fine

imposed upon Gen. Jackson. 8vo, pp. 20, uncut.

Washington, 1844.

4824 Speech of Mr. Holmes, calling upon the President of the

United States for the Reasons of hisRemovingfrom Of&ce,
and Filling the Vacancies thus created, in the Recess of
the Senate. 8vo, pp. 28. Washington, 1830.

4825 Speech of Mr. Hubbard, upon the Bill making further

provisions for the Persons engaged in the Revolutionary
War. 8vo, pp. 29, uncut. Washington, 1832.

4826 Speeches (The), Addresses, and Messages of the several

Presidents of the United States. Embracing an Offi-
cial Summary of the National Events of the first Half
Century of the Union. Ports, of the first six Presi-
dents. Svo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1852.


4827 Speeches (The) of His Excellency, Governor Hutchin-

son, to the General Assembly of the Massachusetts-Bay,
at a Session begun and held on the 6th of January,
1773, with the Answers of His Majesty's Council, and
the House of Representatives, respectively. Published
by Order of the House. 8vo, pp. l^'o, clean perfect copy.
Scarce. Boston, N. E., 1773

4828 Spence (William). Britain independent of Commerce

8vo, pp. 91. • Philadelphia, 1808

4829 Spencer (Rev. 0. M.) Indian Captivity: A True Nar^

rative of the Capture of Rev. 0. M.. Spencer, by the In
dians, in the neighborhood of Cincinnati. Port. 16mo,
cloth. New York, (1834.)

4830 Spiess (C. H.) The Mountain Cottager, or Wonder

upon Wonder. 12mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1800.

4831 Spirit of Humanity, and the Animal's Friend. Extract-

ed from the Productions of the Enlightened and Benev-
olent of various Ages and Climes. 8vo, half morocco.

Albany, J. Munsell, 1855.

4832 Spirit (The) of Despotism. 12mo, sheep.

Philadelphia, mdccxcv.

4833 Spirit (The) of the Public Journals, or Beauties of

the American Newspapers for 1805. 12mo, sheep.
Scarce. Baltimore, 1806.

4834 Spiritual Culture. 24mo, cloth. Boston, 1841.

4835 Spiritual Despotism, by the Author of Natural History

of Enthusiasm. 12mo, hoards, uncut.

New York, 1835.

4836 Spiritual (The) Sea Voyage. 8vo, pp. 48.

Buffalo, N. Y., 1851.

4837 Spiritualism. Pamphlets (5).

4838 Spofford (Jeremiah). Gazetteer of Massachusetts.

Map. 12mo, sheep. Newburyport, 1828.

4839 Spooner (Alden). American and Foreign Grape Vines.

llmo, paper. Brooklyn, 1858.


4840 Spooner (Lysander). The Deist's Reply to the Alleged

Supernatural Evidences of Christianity. 8vo, pp. 62.

Boston, 1836.

4841 Spooner (S.) A Biographical History of the Fine Arts,

or Memoirs of the Lives and Works of Eminent Paint-
ers, Engravers, Sculptors, and Architects, from the Ear-
liest Ages to the Present Time, with Chronological Ta-
bles of Artists and their Schools, Plates of Monograms,
etc. 100 Photographic Illustrations inserted. 2 Vols.
Royal 4to, cloth^ rough edges. New York, 1865.

Large paper, few .copies printed.

4842 Sprague (Chas.) Writings of. Now first Collected.

12mo, cloth. New York, 1843.

4843 Sprague (William B.) A Sermon delivered in Albany,

on the completion of a Quarter of a Century from the
commencement of the Author's Ministry. 8vo, pp. 40.

Albany, 1854.

4844 Sprague. Sermon in behalf of the Polish Exiles, lately
arrived in this Country, 1834. 8vo, pp. 16.

Albany, 1834.

4845 Sprague (W. B.) Sermons. Newspaper Cuttings and

Autograph Letter from the Author inserted. 8vo, half
morocco. Albany, 1835.

4846 Spratt (G.) A Compendium of Toxicology. Illustra-

ted with colored figures of Plants. 12mo, half morocco.

London, (s.a.)

4847 Spring (Gardiner). Hints to Parents. 24mo, cloth.

Scarce. New York, 1835.

4848 Spring (Samuel). Three Sermons to Little Children.

24mo, uncut. Scarce. Boston, 1783.

4849 Spurzheim (G.) Outlines of Phrenology, 'iimo, hoards.

Boston, 1832.

4850 Spurzheim. Elementary Principles of Education. 12mo,

cloth. Boston, 1832.

4851 Squier (E. G.) Plonduras Interoceanic Railway. Map.

8vo, pp. 63. New York, 1854.


4852 Squier. Collection of Rare and Original Documents

and Relations, concerning The Discovery and Con-
quest of America. Cap 4to, hoards, uncut.

New York, mdccclx.

4853 Stael (Madame De). Corinne, or Italy. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1857.

4854 Stage (The) Condemned, and The Encouragement giv-

en to the Immoralities and Profaneness of the Theatre,
by the English Schools, Universities and Pulpits, Cen-
sur'd. King Charles I.'s Sunday's Mask and Declara-
tion for Sports and Pastimes on the Sabbath, largely
Related and Animadverted Upon, And Remarks on
diverse late Plays, as also on those, presented by the
two Universities, to King Charles I. 8vo, calf.

London, 1698.

Autograph of John Knox.

4855 Stansbury (Howard). Exploration and Survey of the

Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah, including a
Reconnoissance of a new route through the Rocky
Mountains. With Yol. of Maps. Numerous colored
Plates. 2 Yols. 8vo, cloth.

Washington, 1853.

4856 Staples (Wm. R.) History of the Destruction of the

Gaspee. 8vo, pp. 56. Providence, 1845.

4857 State Papers and Publick Documents of the United

States, 1801-6. Svo, boards, uncut. Boston, 1814.

4858 State (The) of England in 1588, In a Letter from a

Priest at London, to the Spanish Embassador at Paris.
8vo, pp. 56. London, 1746.

4859 Statement of the Demands of the Representatives of

F. Pelletreau, on the Parties Interested in the Ameri-
can Yessels, the Hart, Two-Friends, Alpha and Miner-
va, Destroyed at Sea by a French Squadron, Command-
ed by Admiral Lallemand. 8vo, pp. 18.

New York, 1838.


4860 Statement of the Funds of the State of New York, and

the Annual Revenue Thereof, and also of the Receipts
and Payments in the Year 1797. 8vo, pp. 16.

Albany, 1798.

4861 Statistics of Industry in Mass., 1845. ^yo, paper uncut.

Boston, 1846.

4862 Statutes des St. Petrus-Yereins in Albany. 12mo, pp.

16. Albany, J. Munsell, (s.a.)

4863 St. Bernarde (Henri). Ultimate Objects of Napoleon

III. 24mo, pp. 61. Boston, (1858.)

4864 Stearns (Jonathan P.) Historical Discourse. New-

buryport Centennial, 1846. Port. 8vo, pp. 64.

Newburyport, 1846.

4865 Stearns (Samuel). The American Herbal, or Materia

Medica. 12 mo, sheep. Scarce. Walpole, 1801.

4866 Stedman (Edmund C.) The Prince's Ball. A Broch-

ure from "Yanity Fair." Illustrated. 12 mo, cloth.

New York, 1860.

4867 Steele (Ashbel). Chief of the Pilgrims, or the Life and

Times of William Brewster, Ruling Elder of the Pil-
grim Company. Steel Engravings. 8vo, cloth.

Philadelphia, 1857.

4868 Steele (Richard). The Husbandman's Calling, Shewing

the Excellencies, Temptations, Graces, Duties, &c., of
the Christian Husbandman. 12mo, sheep.

Boston, in New-England. Reprinted byB. Green,

for Nicholas Buttolph, at his shop, at the lower

end of Corn-Hill, 1713.

4869 Stein (Albert). Improvement of the Navigation of the

Mississippi River. Map. 8vO; pp. 32.

Philadelphia, 1841.

4870 Stevens (George A.) Mirth and Song, consisting of a

Lecture on Heads, and the Courtship, with a Collection
of Approved Songs. 24mo, cloth. Boston, 1804.

4871 Stevens. A Lecture on Heads. To which is added an

Essay on Satire. Embellished with forty-five heads.
16mo, hoards. Baltimore, (s.a.)



4872 Stevens (Henry). Catalogue of my English Library.
Post 8vo, doth, gilt top. London, 1853.

4873 Steyens. Historical Nuggets. Bibliotheca Ameri-
cana, or a Descriptive Account of my Collection of Rare
Books, Relating to America. 2 Vols. Fcap 8vo, cloth,
top gilt. Scarce. London, Chiswick Press, 1862.

4874 Stevens' American Bibliographer. 2 Vols. 8vo.

London, 1854.

■'' Vv All ever published. Only one hundred printed.

"^ 4875 Stevens (Mrs.) Sympathy of our Lord Jesus Christ.
12mo, hoards. London, 1830.

4876 Stevens (Rev. W. B.) Providence of God in the Set-

tlement and Protection of Georgia. 8vo, pp. 26.

Athens, Ga., 1845.

4877 Stevens. Discourse delivered before the Georgia His-

torical Society, Savannah, Feb. 12, 1841. 8vo, pp. 40.

Savannah, mdcccxli.

4878 Stevenson (Rev. Robert). Scripture Portraits, or Bi-

ographical Memoirs of the Most Distinguished Charac-
ters Recorded in the Old Testament. 2 Vols. 12 mo,
boards, uncut. London, 1817.

4879 Stewart (Dugald). The Works of, in Seven Vols.

(Wants 2d Vol.) 8vo, hoards, uncut.

Cambridge, 1829.

4880 Stewart (John). The Pleasures of Love. Plates.

Small 8vo, sheep. London, 1806.

4881 Stewart (C. S.) Brazil and la Plata, the Personal

Record of a Cruise. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1856.

i^ ^

4882 Stiles (Ezra). A History of three of the Judges of
King Charles L Major General Whalley, Major-Gen-
eral Goffe, and Colonel Dixwell, who at the Resto-
ration, 1660, Fled to America, and were secreted and
Concealed in Massachusetts and Connecticut, for near
thirty Years, with an Account ol Mr. Theophilus Whale,


of Narragansett, Supposed to have been also one of the
Judges. Contains Portrait, with all the folding Plates
and Maps, which are so frequently missing. 8vo, in
original binding. A very fine copy. Rare.

Hartford, 1794.

4883 Stiles. The United States, elevated to G-lory and

Honour. A Sermon preached before His Excellency,
Jonathan Trumbull, Esq., L.L. D., Governour and Com-
mander in Chief, and the Honourable, the General As-
sembly of the State of Connecticut, convened at Hart-
ford, at the Anniversary Election, May 8th, mdcclxxxiii.
Second edition, corrected. 8vo, pp. 72, sheep. Very
. scarce. Worcester, mdcclxxxy.

4884 Stiles. Discourse at the Instalment of Rev. S. Hop-

kins, A. M. Newport, R. L, April 11, 1770. 8vo,
pp. 48. Newport, mdcclxx.

4885 Stiles (H. R.) Letters from the Prison-Ships of the

Revolution, with Notes, by Henry R. Stiles, M. D., Ru-
bricated title, tinted, laid paper, with appropriate head-
lines, initials, &c., 4to, uncut.

New York, Privately printed, 1865.

Large paper. 35 copies printed. Forms No. I. of "The Wallabout Pris-
on-Ship Series."

4886 Stiles. The same. 8vo, hoards, uncut.

New York, Privately printed, 1865.

4887 Stilcs. Account of the Interment of the Remains of

American Patriots, who perished on Board the Prison-
Ships during the American Revolution, with Notes and
an. Appendix, by Henry R. Stiles, M. D. 4to paper, un-
cut. New York, Privately printed, 1865.

Large paper. 35 copies printed. Forms No. 11. of "The Wallabout Prison
Ship Series."

4888 Stiles. The same. 8vo, hoards, uncut. 70 copies

printed in this size.

New York, Privately printed, 1865.

4889 Stiles. Contributions towards a Genealogy of the

Massachusetts Family of Stiles, decended from Robert,
of Rowley, Mass. 1659-1860. 4to, pp. 48, mcw^.

Albany, J. Munsell, 1863.


4890 Stiles. The History of Ancient Windsor. 2 Vols.

8vo, cloth. Albany, J. Munsell, 1863.

4891 Stilling (Heinrich.) The Autobiography of. 8vo. pp.

187, uncut. New York, 1 844.

4892 Stillman (Samuel). Four Sermons on Important Sub-
jects. 4to, pp. 85. • Boston, N. E., 1769.

4893 Stith (William). The History of the First Discovery

and Settlement of Virginia. 8vo, uncut.

New York, 1865.

Edition 250 copies. Printed by Alvord, for Joseph Sabin.

4894 St. John (Henry). Letters on the Study and Use of

History. Syo, calf. Edinburgh, 1777.

4895 St. John (J. Hector). Letters from an American Far-

mer, describing certain Provincial Situations, Manners,
and Customs, and conveying some idea of the State of

. .^ _ the People of North America. 12mo, old hinditig.

\^ Philadelphia, Matthew Carey, mdccxciii.

4896 St. John (Theophilus). Sermons on Important Subjects.

Vol. I. 8vo, hoards, tincut. London, 1812.

4897 St. John-Land. A Retro-prospectus, in two Letters,

Supposed to be written some years hence. 8vo, pp. 62,

New York, 1864.

4898 Stocks and Stock-Jobbing in Wall-street, with Sketches

of the Brokers and Fancy Stocks. By a Stock Gamb-
ler. 8vo, pp. 40. New York, 1848.

4899 Stoddard (Solomon). An Appeal] to the | Learned,| be-

ing I A Vindication of the Right of | Visible Saints to
the j Lord's Supper,| Though they be Destitute of a | Sav-
ing Work of God's | Spirit on their Hearts, | Against the
Exceptions 1 of Mr. Increase Mather. | 8vo, pp. vi.,
98, in original bindhig. Rare.

Boston, Printed by B. Green, for Samuel
Phillips, at the Brick Shop, 1709.

4900 Stoddard. The Danger of Neglecting the Worship

of God, under a Pretence of being in an Unconver-


ted Condition, Shewed in a Sermon Preached at
Northampton, The ITth Decemb., 1707, being the
time of the Sitting of the Inferior Court. 12mo, pp. 28.
First leaf imperfect. Very rare. Boston, N. E., 1708.

4901 Stoddard. The Defects of Preachers, Reproved in a

Sermon, Preached at Northampton, May, 19th, 1723.
The Second Edition. The Sermon is complete ; title
page, and "To the Reader," imperfect. 8vo, pp. 19.

Boston, 1747.

4902 Stoddard. The nature of Saving Conver-[ sion, and

the Way wherein it | is Wrought, | by the Rev'd Learned,
and emi-]nently Pious] Mr. Solomon Stoddard,] of North-
ampton, New England.] First Published, A. D., 1719].
And now a Second edition, with a ] Preface.] 12mo,
sheep. Scarce.

Boston,] Printed for, and sold by Andrew ] Bar-
clay, at the gilt Bible in Corn-] hill, 1770.

4903 Stoddard. Those Taught by God ] the ] Father ] to

know ] G-od the Son, are Blessed.] A Sermon ] Preached

at Boston Lecture, July 3d, 1712.] 8vo, pp. 33. Rare.

Boston, in N. E., Printed by B. Green, for Benj.

Eliot, at his Shop in King Street, 1712.

4904 Stoll (Maximiliani). Prgelectiones in Diversos Mor-

bos Chronicos. 2 Vols. 8vo, boards.

Vindobonae, 1788.

Autograph of J. G. Percival, in each Vol.

4905 Stone (James W.) Festival of the Sons of New Hamp-

shire, with the Speeches, etc., Nov. 7, 1849. Ports.
Svo, cloth. Boston, 1850.

4906 Stone (William L.) Matthias and His Impostures, or

the Progress of Fanaticism. 24:mo, cloth.

New York, 1835.

4907 Stone. Letter to Doctor A. Brigham, on Animal Mag-

netism, being An Account of a Remarkable Interview,
between the Author and Miss Loraina Brackett, while
in a State of Somnambulism. 8vo, pp. 66.

New York, 1837.


4908 Stone. Life of Joseph Brant, (Thayendanegea,) In-

cluding the Border Wars of the American Revolution,
and other matters connected with Indian Eelations,
from the Peace of 1783 to the Indian Peace of 1795.
2 Vols. Ports. Rubricated titles, royal 8vo, rough
edges. Albany, J. Munsell, 1864,

Large paper, limited edition.

4909 Stone. The Life and Times of Sir William Johnson,
Bart. 2 Vols. Ports. Rubricated titles, royal 8vo,
hoards, rough edges. Albany, J. Munsell, 1865.

Large paper, limited edition.

4910 Stone. Same. 8vo, cloth. Albany, J. Munsell, 1865.

4911 Stories for the Home Circle. 12 mo.

New York, 1857.

4912 Stoey (Isaac). A Sermon Preached August 15th, 1798,
at Hamilton, at the Ordination of the Rev. Daniel
Story, to the Pastoral care of the Church in Marietta
and its vicinity, in the Territory of the United States
North-west of the River Ohio. 8vo, pp. 43.

Salem, 1798.

Said to be the first published Sermon preached in Ohio.

4913 .Stoey (Joseph). % Discourse in commemoration of the

First Settlement of Salem, Mass. 8vo, pp. 90.

Boston, 1828.

4914 Story. Constitutional Class Book. 12mo, sheep.

Boston, 1834.

4915 Story. Selections from the Works of. With a Sketch

of his Life. 32mo, cloth. Boston, 1839.

4916 Stowe (Harriet B.) Uncle Tom's Cabin. 8vo, half

morocco. Boston, 1852.

4917 St. Pierre (Bernardin). Paul and Virginia. Plates.

12mo, sheep. New York, 1805.

49.18 St. Pierre. Voyages of Amasis. In French and Eng-
lish. 12mo, sheep. Boston, 1795.


4919 Strachan (John). Burlesque of "Rip Van Winkle/' or

some Nambulistic Knickerbockers. 12mo, pp. 44.

New-Castlc-upon-Tyne, 1866.

4920 Strain (Isaac G.) Cordillera and Pampa, Mountain ^

and Plain, Chili; in 1849. 12mo, cloth. (

New York, 1853.

4921 Street (Alfred B.) Drawings and Tintings. Syo, half

morocco. New York, 1844.

4922 Streeter (S. F.) Maryland, Two Hundred Years Ago.

8vo, pp. 76. Baltimore, 1852.

4923 Strictures- on Nullification. Syo, uncut.

Boston, 1832.

4924 "Strike, but hear me." Enlargement of the Erie Canal.

12mo. 1836.

4925 Strother (D. H.) Illustrated Life of General Winfield
. Scott. 8vo, pp. 144. New York, 1847.

4926 Strout (Arthur B.) Chinese Immigration, and the

Physiological Causes of the Decay of a Nation. 8vo,
pp. 26. San Francisco, 1862.

4927 Stuart (Moses). Commentary on Hebrews. Yol, I.

8vo, boards, uncut. Andover, 1827.

4928 Stuart. Course of Hebrew Study. Yol II. 8vo,hoards,

uncut. Andover, 1830.

4929 Stuart. Critical History and Defence of the Old

Testament Canon. 12mo, cloth. Andover, 1845.

4930 Submarine Exploits of J. B. Green. 8vo, pp. 62.

.Buffalo, 1859.

4931 Sue (Eugene). Matilda, or the Memoirs of a Young

Woman. 3 Yols. 8vo. New York.

4932 Sue. The Mysteries of Paris. Cloth.

New York, 1844.

4933 Sullivan (James). The Path to Riches. An Inquiry

into the Origin, and Use of Money, and into the Prin-
ciples of Stocks and Banks. 12mo, pp. 45.

Boston, 1809.


4934 Sullivan (T. R.) The Liberal Preacher. 8vo, half

morocco. Keene, 1838.

4935 Sullivan (William). Historical Causes and Effects.

l^mo, cloth. Boston, 1838.

4936 Sullivan. Sea Life ; or, "What may, or may not be Done,

and What Ought to be Done by Ship-Owners, Ship-
Masters, Mates and Seamen. 24mo, half bound.

Boston, 1837.

4937 Stultifera Navis. The Modern Ship of Fools, ^re

Perennius. 12mo, calf Philadelphia, 1807.

4938 Summary (A) of Christian Doctrine and Practice, de-

signed especially for the use of the people in the New
Settlements of the United States of America. 8vo,
pp. 63. 5 pp. manuscript inserted. Hartford, 1804.

4939 Summary (A) View of the Millennial Church or United

Society of Believers, Commonly called Shakers. 12mo,
sheep. Albany, 1823.

4940 Summary. The Same. 12 mo, sheep. Albany, 1843.

4941 Sumner (Charles). White Slavery in the Barbary

States. Illustrated. Post 8vo, cloth.

Boston, 1853.

4942 Sumner (George). A Compendium of Physological and

Systematic Botany. With Plates. 12 mo, sheep, gilt.

Hartford, 1820.

4943 Sumner (The) Family. 8vo, pp. 10. Boston, 1855.

4944 Sumner (W. H.) An Inquiry into the Importance of

the Militia to a Free Commonwealth. 8vo, pp. 70,
uncut. Boston, 1823.

4945 Sumner. A Paper on the Militia. 8vo, pp. 30, uncut.

Washington, 1833.

4946 Sumner. Letter to John Adams, with his Answer.

8vo, pp. 70. Boston, 1823.

4947 Sumner. Reminiscences of Gen. Warren, and Bunker

Hill. 8vo, pp. 16. (Boston,) 1858.


4948 Sumner. Will of. 4to, pp. 48. Boston, 1861.

4949 Sunday (The) Scholar's Magazine, or Monthly Reward

Book. Vol. I. 12mo, half bound. Boston, 1824.

4950 Sunday (The) School Service Book. 24jao, half morocco.

Boston, 1844.

4951 Supplement to "Six Months in a Convent." 24ino,

cloth. Boston, 1835.

4952 Supplement to the Hand-Book of Needlework. Engra-

vings. 8yo, cloth. New York, 1847.

4953 Sure (The) Way to Grow Rich, or Historical Memoirs

of the Life of Tom Gardner, a Citizen of New York.
Showing how, from being a tailor's boy and not worth a n^
shilling, he acquired a great estate, and died worth a
Million of Dollars. 18mo, pp. 35. Frankford, 1811.

4954 SuRTEES (W. E.) Recollections of North America, in n^

1849-50-51. 8vo. Privately printed. • ,

4955 Survey for the route of the contemplated Cumberland

and Oxford Canal. 8vo, pp. 15, uncut. Scarce.

Portland, 1823.

4956 Survey of the Extent and Evil Tendencies of the Lot-

tery System in the U. S. 8vo, pp. 48.

Philadelphia, 1833.

4957 Survey. Report on the Geology of the State of Maine.

By Chas. T. Jackson. 8vo, pp. 168. Augusta, 1838.

4958 Survey. Report of the Exploration and Survey of the

Territory on the Aroostook River. By E. Holmes,
1838. 8vo, pp. 79. . Augusta, 1839.

4959 Survey. Report on the Geology of Massachusetts. By

Edward Hitchcock. 8vo, pp. 44, ^mcM^ Boston, 1853. ^

First Report on the Geology of the State. ''

4960 Survey. Report on a Re-examination of the Economical

Geology of Massachusetts. By Edward Hitchcock.
8vo, pp. 139, uncut. Boston, 1838.


4961 Survey. Reports of the Commissioners of the Zoological

Survey of the State of Massachusetts. 8vo, pp. 107,
uncut. Boston, 1838.

4962 Survey. Report on the Geological Survey of Connecti-
ve" v-"^' ' ^^^' -^y Charles U. Shepard. 8vo, half morocco.

\^ New Haven, 1837.

4963 Survey. Report on the Geological and Agricultural Sur-
^ vey of the State of Rhode Island. By Chas. T. Jack-

i__^/X J^ son. Svo, cloth. Providence, 1840.

4964 Survey, Report in Relation to a Geological Survey of the

State of New York, 1836. 8vo, pp. 60, uncut.
^ Albany, 1836.

A valuable bibliography of Works on Geology and Mineralogy of New

4965 Survey. Report on the Geology of the State of New
V" \ X Jersey. By Henry D. Rogers. 8vo, half morocco.

|s|i?/^ 1_^ Philadelphia, 1840.

4966 Survey. Report on the Geological Survey of the State

of New Jersey, for the year 1866. Svo, pp. 27.

Trenton, 1867.

4967 Survey. Report of a Geological Survey of the State of
Delaware. By J. C. Booth. In same Vol., Shepard's
Report on the Geological Survey of Connecticut ; Re-

* ports on the Zoological- Survey of Massachusetts ; An

Essay on Organic Remains; A French Work on Fos-
sils, and Alger's Account of the Zinc Mines of New
Jersey. 8vo, half bound.

4968 Survey. Report on the Geological Survey of the State
^-^ of Ohio. By W. W. Mather. Svo, half calf

Columbus, 1838.

4969 Survey. Report, Second Annual, on the Geological Sur-
^ vey of the State of Ohio. By W. W. Mather. Maps.

Svo, half hound. Columbus, 1838.

4970 Survey. Reports, First and Second, of the, Geological
\^ Survey of Missouri. By G. C. Swallow. Maps and

frA^ Plates. Svo, cloth. Jefferson City, 1855.



4971 Survey. Report of the G-eoIogical Survey of the State of
Wisconsin. By James G. Percival. 8vo, pp. 111.

Madison, 1856.
.4972 Survey. Report of a Geological Survey of Wisconsin,
Iowa, and Minnesota, and incidentally of a portion of
Nebraska Territory. Made under the instructions
from the United States, by David Dale Owen. Numer-
ous Plates, plain and colored. 4to, cloth.

Philadelphia, 1852.

4973 Survey. Reports on the Geological Survey of the Prov-

ince of New Brunswick. By Abraham Gesner. 3 Vols.
Svo. Scarce, . St. John, N. B., 1840-43.

4974 SusQUEHANNAH (The) Title, Stated and Examined, in a

Series of Numbers, first published in the Western Star,
and now republished in this form, for the benefit of the
Public in General, and all persons concerned, in partic-
ular. 8vo, pp. 115, mtipm;;. Scarce. Catskill, 1796.

4975 Sutton (Thomas). The Calotype Process. A Hand-

Book to Photography on Paper. Post 8vo, cloth.

London, 1855.

4976 Swan (James). A Dissuasion, to Great Britain and the

Colonies, from the Slave Trade to Africa, shewing the
injustice thereof, &c. Svo, pp. 41. Boston, 1773.

4977 SwEDENBORG (Emanuel). An Account of the Last Judg-

ment, and the Babylon destroyed, showing that all the
predictions in the Apocalypse are at this day fulfilled,
being a relation of things Heard and Seen. Svo, cloth.

Boston, 1851.

4978 SwEDENBORG. Clavis Hieroglyphica Arcanorum Natu-

ralium et Spiritualium per viam Repraasentationum et
Correspondentiarum. 4to, pp. 33.

London, mdcclxxxiv.

4979 SwEDENBORGiANisii. Pamphlets (8).

4980 SwEjT (S.) History of Bunker Hill Battle, with a Plan.

Svo, pp. 58-34, uncut. Third Edition, with Notes.

Boston, 1827.


4981 SwBTT. Notes to his Sketch of Bunker Hill Battle.

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4982 SwETT. Original Planning and Construction of Bunker

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Albany, 1863.

4983 Swift (Jonathan). Travels into several Eemote Nations

of the World, by Lemuel Gulliver. Engravings. 24mo,
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4984 Swift. Remarks on the Tory History of the Four last

Years of Queen Anne. 8vo, pp. 65.

London, mdcclviii.

4985 Swift (Seth). A Sermon preached- at West Rupert, at

the Ordination of the Rev. J. B. Preston, Feb. 5th,
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4986 SwiNTON (Wm.) How the "Ring" ran Pacific Mail.

A Story of Wall Street. 8vo, pp. 13. New York, 1867.

4987 Sym (John). Life's Preservative against Self-Killing,

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