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DiCTioi^rART or Liteeart Disguises



Fob some tears Assistant in the Hakvabd University Library; and

Compiler of an " Index to the North American Review "

AND an "Index to the Christian Examiner."

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" Les revelations des auteurs anonymes et pseudonymes sont non-seulement
piquantes pour les gens du monde, mais encore importantes pour Vhistorien litte-
raire et le hingraphe ; ce sont la des mysteres des litteratures que les erudites out
toujuurs cherche a decouvrir." — Queeakd.

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13 AsTOK Place,


Copyright by


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J. S. Gushing & Co., Printers, Boston.


THIS work i^ designed as a Dictionary of American and Eng-
lish Initials and Pseudonyms employed from the beginning of
the 18 th century to the present time ; to which have been added
some of the more recent and important Continental ones, and a

to. few false-names, which, by a strict definition of words, would be

ture^Q'lled sobriquets,

y^?'^! A similar work by Mr. Albert R. Frey, of the Astor Library,
**^ew York City, was placed by the publishers at the writer's
disposal, from which about two thousand titles were taken, and
added to his own compilation, making an aggregate of twelve
thousand initials and pseudonyms, and eight thousand real names
of authors.

Attention is called to the very complete article, by Mr. Frey,
on " Junius," to be found in the first part.

For the convenience of those using this dictionary, it may
be well to state that the first part gives the initials and pseu-
donyms, followed by the real names, of the authors, together with
some representative literary performance ; and the method used in
indexing, with some exceptions, is to treat the literary disguises
as real names, and arrange them as is customary with the latter,
i.e., the last member of the initial or pseudonym is put first, and
determines the alphabetical order. The second part contains the
real names of authors, followed by the initials and pseudonyms,
and short biographical notices.

The writer has endeavored to make this work both compre-
hensive and correct, and, in order to do this, has availed him-
self of the Harvard University Library, and every other source


of information to which the kindness of those interested in the

undertaking has given him access, and believes he has been )

enabled to produce a volume that will be useful to librarians
and of interest to the general reader. (

Notification of errors or omissions, or any information that would \

add to the value of the work, will be gladly received by the


Oct. 1, 1885,

18 Wendell Steeet,

Cambbidqe, Mass. «


Part I.

*. Henry Ward Beecher, in the New
York "Independent," author of "The
Star Papers." N.Y. 1855.

*. Rev. Benjamin Franklin De Costa,
in his letters to " The Advertiser " (Bos-
ton), during 1861-62.

*. Charles Fenno Hoffman. His signa-
ture in the. New York "American," in
which he published a series of brilliant

***. William Kelynack Dale. Mam-
mon ; a poem. By . . . Penzance, 1856.

***. Rev.BenjoATtin F)'anklin De Costa,
in his letters to " The Advertiser " (Bos-
ton), during 1861-62.

***,a Magistrate in the Countrey.
Sir Francis Grant, Lord Cullen. A let-
ter . . . giving a new historical account of
designs, through the Christian world . . .
Edinb. 1701.

***, Americain. M. Paul Ulrich Du-
buisson. Abrege de la Revolution de
TAme'rique anglaise. Paris, 1778.

****. Rev. Matthew Raine, in Beloe's
" Sexagenarian," Vol. I., chap. 40.

****. Mrs. Amelia Opie, in Beloe's
" Sexagenarian," I., 411. 2d ed. L.

****. Rev. John Leivis. A dissertation
on the antiquity and use of seals in
England . . . L. 1740.

****, The Late Lord. Henry Hyde,
Lord Hyde and Cornbury. The mistakes ;
... a comedy. L. 1758.

****, Priscilla. Priscilla Wakefield.
Leisure hours ; or, entertaining dia-
logues ... By . . . L. 1794.

**** ******. John ISLirray. Letter
to ... on the Rev. W. L. Bowles's
strictures on the life and writings of
Pope. By the Right Hon. Lord Byron.
L. 1821.

*****, ****. Mrs. Anne Penny. Po-
ems, with a dramatic entertainment. L.

**** %xxt.%%_ y^g Rev. James Pycroft.
The collegian's guide ; or, recollections
of college days ... L. 1845.

*******, Lady . John Hall Stev-
enson. Moral tales ... 2d ed. L. 1783.

'^*^'«*> ' =^ , Sir *«*««. Sir Robert Wal-

******g^ »***«*g *«*jj^ Esq. Charles
John Darling. Scintillffi juris. L. 1877.

**»*****, M. A., Fellow of New
College. Thomas Le Mesurier. Trans-
lations, chiefly from the Italian, of Pe-
trarch and Metastasio. Oxf. 1795.

. John H. B. Latrobe. Thi'ee

great battles. Baltimore, 1863.

, The Honourable Blr. Wil-
liam Coombe. The auction : a town ec-
logue. By . . . L. 1778.

,Esq., 3Iember of Parlia-
ment for the County of . Sir

John Sinclair. Lucubrations during a
short recess ... L. 1782.

, Lady. Lady Wallace. A

letter to a friend, with a poem called
" The ghost of Werter." By . . . L.

s s, M. A. of the Univer-
sity of Oxford. Charles Lucas. Free
thoughts on a general reform . . . Bath,

? . Charles Wolcott Balestier. A

potent philter, contributed to " The Trib-
une " (N.Y.), 1884. •

^^^. Joseph Addison , in his contribu-
tions to " The Guardian."

,_^33]- J- Walker. Miscellaneous ob-
servations upon authors ancient and
modern. L. 1731-32.

O. — See "Theta."

Miss Eliza Brown Chase.
Over the border : Acadia,
the home of Evangeline.
B. 1884.

The above musical notes represent " E.B.C.,"
the initials of the author's name.


A (alpha). Mr. Bowden. Lyra apos-
tolica. Derby and L. 1836.

The above work consists of a collection of
poems reprinted from " The British Magazine,"
in which they had previously appeared over the
following signatures : —

a (alpha). J/r. Bowden (as above).

p. R. Hurrell Froude

y. John Keble.

S. John Henrij Newman.

€. Isaac Williams.

X,. Rev. Henry William Wilberforce.

A. Samuel Adams, in the "Boston

A. William Henry Davenport Adams.
The desert world ... L. 1869.

A. Wilkes Allen, in "The Polyan-
thos" (Boston), 1806-07.

A. Mrs. Allenby. The starling of the
spire ; or, a bird's-eye view of the church
as it was. [In verse.] . . L. 1866.

A. Mr. Anthony. Irwell, and other
poems ... L. 1843.

A. Matthew Arnold. The strayed
reveller. L. 1849. Empedocles on Etna.
L. 1852.

A. Benjamin Brierley. Goin' to Cy-
prus. By A. Manchester, 1879.

A. Rev. John Keble, one of the con-
tributors to " Tracts for the Times." L.

A. Bishop Zachary Pearce. Miscella-
neous observations upon authors ancient
and modern. L. 1731-32.

A. Alexander Pope. — See " Bavius."

A. John Smith. His signature to
papers in the "Microcosm," published
at Eton College. 1786 et seq.

A. Joshua Smith. Scandal [in verse] ;
by the biographer of Anacreon. Holt,
Norfolk, 1827.

A. Mrs. Caroline Anne Bowles Soiithey.
Chapters on churchyards, in "Black-
wood's Magazine," commenced April,

These contributions to " Blackwood " were
imblished separately in 1829, and 2d ed. in 1841.

A. Ann Taylor. The wedding among
the flowers. [In verse.] ... L. 1808.

A., A. Adam Anderson. Jim Blake's
tour from Clonave to London. Illus-
trated with sketches by E. N., A. R. A.
[Erskine Nicol.] . . Preface and notes
by A. A. Dublin, 1867.

A., A. Mrs. Anna Atkins. The
colonel: a story of fashionable life,
1853. A page from the peerage, 1863.
The perils of fashion, 1852.

A., A. A. Hon. Alvey A. Adee. Ba-
con's Promus. By . . In the " Eepub-
lic," Washington, Feb., March, May,

The brel

Buds a.
L. 1691

A., A. H. Andrew Hilliard Atterioa
Islam. L. 1878. f

A., A. S. A. 8. Atcheson. The bre|
of life . . . 1849.

A., B. Benjamin Antrobus.
blossoms of piety ... 2d ed.

A. B. Benjamin Franklin.
new version of the Bible ; one of
bagatelles (written about 1778).

A. B. 3Iatthew Hole. An antid(j
against the poison of some late pt
phlets. Oxf. 1717.

A. B. A signature which has be
attributed to Junius (q-v.). See Lett
to the " Public Advertiser," Nov. 5, 1771,

A. B. Joseph Skidmore, Senior. An
essaj' on the Vth of Matthew, from verse
33rd to 37th ... L. 1713.

A. B. Jonathan Swift. See "A Per-
son of Quality."

A., G. B. Sir George Biddell Airy, in
his contributions to the "Athenseum." L.

A. B. Philologer. Laurence Sterne.

"I happened to be acquainted," says Sterne,
" with a young man from Yorkshire, who rented
a window in one of the paved alleys near Corn-
hill, for the sale of stationery. 1 hired one of
the panes of glass from my friend, and stuck up
the following advertisement with wafers: —

"Epigrams, anagrams, paragrams, chrono-
grams, monograms, epitaphs, epithalamiums,
prologues, epilogues, madrigals, interludes, ad-
vertisements, letters, petitions, memorials on
every occasion, essays on all subjects, pamphlets
for and against ministers, with sermons upop
any text, or for any sect, to be written here on
reasonable terms, by „ ^ -^ pbilologer.

"The uncommonness of the titles occasioned
numerous applications, and at night I used pri-
vately to glide into the olHce to digest the notes
or heads of the day, and receive the earnest,
which was directed always to be left with the
memorandums, the writing to be paid for on
delivery, according to the subject." — Percy

A., C. Miss Charlotte Adams, in con-
tributions to " The Art Age." N.Y.

A., C Charlotte Anley. Miriam ; or,
the power of truth, 1826. The prisoners
of Australia, 1841.

A., C, Esq. Christopher Anstey. Brit-
ain's genius : a song . . . Bath, 1797.

A., C. B. C. C. B. C. Amicus. Hints
on life ; and how to rise in society.
By ... L. 1845.

A., C. E. Clementine Edith Aiken.
The days we live in. B. 1876.

A., C. F. Cecil Frances Alexander.
Hymns for little children ... L. 1862.

A. C. I. G. (A Cornishman in Glouces-
tershire.) John W^hite. The humorous
adventures of Tim Trevail, related in the
pure, unadulterated vernacular. L. 1872.

A. D. C, The. Francis Cowley Bur-
nund. Being personal reminiscences of

the university "Amateiir Dramatic Club,"
Cambridge. L. 1879.

A., D. J. B. de. Don Juan Bautista
de Arriaza. Coleccion de algunos ver-
feos. Paris, 1805.

A., E. Edward Aggas. The defence
of death ... L. 1576.

A., E. Edwin Arnold. The light of
Asia; or, the great renimciation. . . .
L. 1879.

A. E. i2. /. Lane. Marks and re-
fnarks for the catalogue of the exhibi-
tion of the Koyal Academy. L. 1856.

A., E. Edwin Arnold. Political po-
^ms by Victor Hugo and Garibaldi.
"Done into English by an Oxford gradu-
ate." 1868.

A., E. Edward Atkinson. Senator
Sherman's fallacies ; or, honesty the best
policy. By . . . B, 1868.

A., E. Edivard Archer The small
boy's mythological primer, in rhyme.
L. 1858.

A., E. Ezra Abbot. A translation of
the Gospels ... By A. Norton. [Ed-
ited by C. E. N., i.e., C. E. Norton, and
E. A.]

A., E. A. Mrs. Elizabeth Allen Anna-
ble Needham. Incidents in the lives of
good men. By ... B. 186-.

A., E. C Mrs. Elizabeth Cary Agas-
siz. Geological sketches. Edited . . .

A., E. C Miss Emily G. Agnew. Ger-
aldine : a tale of conscience. L. 1837-39.

A., E. G. E. G. Adams. Battle at
Fort Rice, July 28, 1865. Port Rice,
D. T., 1865.

A., E. M. Ernst Moritz Arndt. Wan-
derungen aus und um Godesberg.
Bonn, 1844. Deutsche Lieder. Berlin,

A., E. S. Ernest Silvanus Appleyard.
The sure hope of reconciliation. 1847.

A., E W. Mrs. Eliza Winslow Allder-
dice. Heart's delight. N.Y., 1879.

A., F. Frederick Archer, in his con-
tributions to " The Keynote" (N.Y.).

A., F. Rev. Frederick Arnold, in
" London Society," "Leisure Hour," 1867.

A. F. James Otis. Considerations
on behalf of the colonists, etc. B. 1765.

A., F. C. Frances Charlotte Armstrong.
Dick Pord and his father. L. 1875.

A., F. E. Florence Emili/ Ashley.
Lagonells. [A tale.] ... L. 1872.

A. F. G. John Lister. Epigrams and
jeux d'esprit. Edinb. 1870.

A. F. S. Miss Sarah A. Flint. Hope
Douglass ... B. 1867.

A., G. Grace Aguilar. Home scenes
and heart studies. L. 1852.

A., G. A. G. A. Aynge. Tecumseh ;
or, the death of the Shawnee chief . . .
Weymouth, 1830.

A., G. B. George Biddell Airy. Six
lectures on astronomy. L. 1849.

A., G. F. George Fife Angas. Aus-
tralia : a popular account ... L. 1865.

A. G. O. T. U O. C. Owen Manning.
An inquiry into the grounds and nature
of the several species of ratiocination
. . . 1754.

The above letters are the initials of "A gen-
tleman of the University of Cambridge."

A, H. Henry Attwell. A book of
thoughts. Selected ... L. 1865.

A , H. Henry Alford, Dean of Canter-
bury. Gurney's (J. H.) sermons on the
Acts of the apostles. Edited by H. A.
L. 1862.

A., H W. Henry Wentioorth Acland.
Prints for cottage walls . . . Oxf. & L.

A., I. Jasper Atkinson. Catholic
blinds for Protestant eyes ... L. 1829.

A., I. John Atkinson. The state of
our circulation and currency considered
. . L. 1826.

A., J. John Aikin. The arts of life . . .
L. 1802.

A., J. John Ady. An exordium to the
reading of the sacred writings of the Old
and New Testaments. L. 1807

A., J. Jacob Abbot. The little scholar
learning to talk ... L. 1836.

A., J. John Albee. In memory of
Gerald Fitz Gerald . . . n.p. 1863.

A , J. John Agg. The ocean harp : a
poem ... P. 1819.

A., J. John Anstey. The pleader's
guide , . 1808.

A., J. John Aikin, LLD. The wood-
land companion. L. 1802.

A., J., M.D. John Arbuthnot, M.D
Examination of Dr. Woodward's accomit
of the deluge ... By . . . L. 1695.

A., J., and C, R. C. John Adamson
and H. C. C. Ballads from the Portu-
guese translated and versified by . . .
Newcastle, 1846.

A., J li. John Lavicount Anderdon.
The river Dove ; with some quiet thoughts
of the happy practice of angling . . .
L. 1845.

A., J. M. Eev. John Marks Ashley.
The treatise of S. Catherine of Genoa on
purgatory, newly translated . . . 1878.

A., J. R., and J., M. C. John Beed
Appleton and Morris Charles Jones. Evans.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1865.

A., J. S. J. S. Atticood, in liis contri-
butions to " Notes and Queries." L.
1876 et seq.


A., J. Y. John Yonge Aherman. Tales
of other days ... L. 1830.

A., li. Lombe Atthill. The church of
England recommended . . Halesworth,

A., Li. Louisa Anthony. Traits of
private life. Manchester, n.d.

A., Li. L. Mrs. G. B. or L. L. Adams.
A ride through the Holy Land. B. 1875.

A. Li. O. E. (i.e., A Lady of Eng-
land.) Miss Charlotte Maria Tucker, in
her numerous works for young people.
L. 1875, etc.

A., Li. S. Louis Simon Auger. Notice
sur la vie et les ouvrages de Le Sage.
Paris, 1813.

A.,M. Mrs. Maria Ahdy. Her signa-
ture in the "New Monthly." L about

A., M. Matthew Arnold. Christian
life : its hopes, its fears, and its close.
Edited by . . . L. 1845.

A., M. Mrs. M. Allen. A liistory of
Ford Abbey, Dorsetshire : late in the
County of Devon. L. 1846.

A., M. Thaddeus O'Mahonjj. Questions
on Locke's essay concerning human un-
derstanding. L. 1860.

A. M., Oxen. W. S Moses. Carpen-
terian Criticism. L. 1877.

A. M. B. A. Marie Henri Beyle. His-
toire de la peinture en Italie Paris,

A., M. E. M. E. Arnold. The painted
window : a poem. L. 1856.

A., N. Nathaniel Ames. Nautical rem-
iniscences. Providence, 1832.

A., N. Col. Nathan Appleton. Sketch
of the life of Albert Kintzing Post. By
N. A. N.Y. 1873.

A., P., Minister of the GospeL Rev
Peter Annet. Judging for ourselves . . .
L. 1739.

A., P. G. Prosper Gabriel Audran.
Grammaire Arabe en tableaux . . .
Paris, 1818.

A., R. Richard Alsop ( 1 ) The enchant-
ed lake of the Fairy Morgana. [Trans-
lated.] 1806.

A., K. Robert Allsop. Letters, conver-
sations, and recollections of S. T. Cole-
ridge . . . Preface by . . . L. 1858.

A., R. Rev. Robert Aspland. Sermons
on various subjects, chiefly practical.
L. 1847.

A. R. A. .Tames Cameron Lees, D.D.
A rollicking totu* in Ireland. By Eag,
Tag, and Bobtail ; a rollicking tour in
the land of the Gael. Paisley, 1878.

A., R. F. Rachel Frances Antonina
Dashwood Lee. Memoirs of . . . L.

A., S. Samuel Ayscough. Topograph-
ical description of Cudham, Kent, in
"Gent. Mag." Sept. 1804., pp. 830-901.

A., S. A. Samuel Austin Allibone. Aij
alphabetical index to the New Testament).
... P. 1868.

A., S. D. S. D. Alexander. Notes oa
New Testament literature. [By Joseph
Addison Alexander.] Edited . . . 1867. i

A., S. M. Stephen Merrill Allen. Reli -
gion and science ... B. 1874.

A., T., Captain Light Dragoons!
Caj)t. Thomas Ashe. History of the
Azores, or Western Islands . . . L. 1813.

A., T., Gent. Thomas Ashe. Travels in
America, performed in 1806 ... L. 1808.

A., T. B. Thomas Bailey Aldrich..
The bells : a collection of chimes. N.Y.

A., T. K. Thomas Kerchever Arnold.
A Latin Syntax and first reading book:
... L. 1836.

A. V. Arthur Ashley SyJces. A letter
to the Rev. Dr. Sherlock ... L. 1717.

A., W. William Allen. The duty of
abstaining from the use of West India
produce. A speech ... L. 1792.

A., W. W. Alexander. Eruits of
piety . . . York, 1824.

A., W. William Asplin. — See " A
presbyter of the Church of England."

A., W. B. TT^. B. Anthony. Essential
memoranda of EngUsh grammar. Com-
piled . . . 1881.

A., W. E. William Edmonstoune
Aytoun. His signature in "Blackwood's

A , W. E. A. William Edward Armi-
tage Axon. Nixon's Cheshire prophecies
. . With an . . . essay on popular
prophecies ... L. 1878.

A., W. H. D. William Henry Daven-
port Adams. Black's guide to the history,,
antiquities, and topography of the County
of Surrey ... L. 1861.

A. Z. Benjamin Gale. The present
state of the colony of Connecticut con-
sidered . . . New L. 1755.

A*****, Major. Charles Barioell Coles.
Short whist, its rise and progress, to
which are pi-efixed precepts for tyros.
By Mrs. B*****, with an essay . . . bv
Prof. P. (q.v.). L. 1865.

By Mrs. B***** is meant Mrs. Battle, whose
opinions on whist were contributed to " The
Monthly Magazine." L. 1821. By "Elia"

A****d, Mr. William Arnold. Mr.
A — d's motives for renouncing the pop-
ish, and re-embracing the protestant reli-
gion in which he was educated, etc. L.


A****e, D*** of. Arrhihahl Cnmphell,
3d Duke ofArgtjle. Letter to the right hon-
orable Sir ****** ******* [Robert Wai-
pole] upon . . . expeditions. L. 1740.

A ****, P. C. Philippe Charles Aubri/.
Le Petrarque rran9ais, Poesies diverse
de . . . Tours, 1801.

A . xirthur Cleveland Coxe. St.

Jonathan; tlie lay of a Scald . . . N.Y. 1838.

A. and L. -1. and L. Shore. Fra
Dolcino, and other poems. L. 1870.

A — , the Rev. M. Rev. George Fitz-
gerald Galaher, M.A. Auricular confes-
sion proved to be contrary to Scripture.
L. 1875.

A— n, E— 1 of. Willoughby Bertie,
Earl of Abingdon. An adieu to the turf:
a poetical epistle from ... to Ms grace
the A — p [Archbishop] of Y — k [York].
L. 1778.

Ab. Benjamin Brierley. Ab-o'-th'-Yate
at the great show. [Signed "Ab."]
Reprinted from " Ben Brierley's Journal "
for August, 1869. Manchester, 1869.

Ab Mssel. Benjamin Brierlei/. Ab-
o'-th'-Yate and the " Wreath." By . . .
Manchester, 1879.

AJB-o'-th'-Yate. Benjamin Brierlei/.
Ab-o'-th'-Yate and the cobbler of Alder-
burn on the great strike. By Ab. Man-
chester, 1878.

Abacroinbi, Signor. James Aber-
crombi/, Baron Dunfermline. Thaumatur-.
gics. Coal Hole, Pleasanee . . . Signor
A. (from Exchequer Land) formerly
Assistant-Juggler to Mr. Cunning ... [A
satire on J. A.'s candidature for the repre-
sentation of Edinburgh.] Edinb. 1832.

Abafi, Lajos. Lajos Aigner. Mikes
Kelemen. [A biography.] Budapest, 1878.

Abati, Francesco. William Wimcood
Reade. See-Saw : a novel ... L. 1865.

Abbie, Aunt. Abb;/ Skinner. Carroll
Ashton ; or, the rewards of truthfulness . . .
P. 1855.

Abbott, Alice Irving. Miss H. H.

Abbott, Rosa. Rosa ( Y. ) Abbott
Parker. Rosa Abbott Stories.

Abdallah. Ottcai/ Ctirri/, who con-
tributed to the press at Cincinnati under
this nom de plume.

Abdallah. Auqusto Pereira Soromenho.

Abdallah, Khdlid Eb'n. Sir Henry
Taylor, K.C., D.C.L. — See Khalid Eb'n

Abdiel. Samuel Hall. — See Samuel
Hall, calling himself " Abdiel."

Abdiel. Joshua William. Brooks. Ab-
diel's essays on the advent and kingdom
of Christ, and tlie events connected there-
with ... L. 1834.

Aberdeen. Hugh D. Mclntyre.
Abolitionist, An. Thomas Fisher^
Esq., F.S.A. The negro's memorial . . .
By . . . L. 1825.

Abrabanel, Solomon. William Ar-
nail. The complaint of the children of
Israel ... By S. A. of the House of
David. L. 1736.

Abraham. Abraham Norwood. The-
acts of the elders, commonly called the
book of Abraham. B. 1845.

Abraham, Brother. Rev. Richard
King. An answer to the letters of Peter
Plymley [Sydney Smith]. L. 1808.

Abraham, Father. Benjamin Frank-
lin. Father Abraham's speech to a great
number of people, at a vendue . . . B. 1807.

Abricht, Johann. Jonathan Birch.
Divine emblems embellished with etch-
ings on copper . . . designed and written
by J. A. L. 1838.

Absent Brother, An. Daniel Wilson.
Letters from . . . 1823.

Absentee residing in Bath, An.
Rev. Edward Mangin. Utopia found;,
being an apology for Irish absentees.
By . . . Bath, 1813.

Absented member, An. Sir Wil-
liam Windham. A letter . . . upon the
present situation of the affairs of Great
Britain. L. 1739.

Academiciis. — See " Antiquarius."

Academicus. Rev. Aulay Macaulay,
M.A. During his residence at the Univer-
sity of Glasgow he wrote manj^ essays,
moral and literary, in "Ruddiman's
Weekly Magazine," under the signature
of "Academicus."

Academicus. Charles Seager, M.A.
Auricular confession . . . Oxf . 1842.

Academicus. William Pulteney Alison.
Correspondence between A. and Con-
siliarius on the comparative merits of
phrenology, and the mental philosophy
of Reid and Stewart. Edinb. 1836.

Ace Clubs. .1. C. Loft in. Friendship:
a poem . . . IMontgomery, Ala., 1871.

Acharius. Fredrik Vilhelm Scholander.
Luisella. 1867.

Acheta. Miss L. M. Budgen. March
winds and April showers . . . By . . .
L. 1854.

Acheta Domestica. Miss L. 31. Bud-
qen. Episodes of insect life. By A. D.
L. 1849-51.

Ackerlos, John. John Stores Smith.
Selections from the poetry of H. Heine,
trans, by J. A. L. 1854.

Ackermann, Gottlieb. Franz Xaver
Mai/er. Volkspredigten und Homilien . . .
Landshut, 1831.

Acorn. James Oakes.


Actaea. Mrs. Elizabeth Gary Agassiz.
A first lesson in natural history. B. 1859.

Acton, Llewelliu. Wynne Edivin
Baxter. Perseverance ... L. 1863.

Actor, An. Pierce Eqan. The life
of . . . L. 1825.

Actress, An. Mrs. Anna Cora ( Ogden
Moicatt) Ritchie. Autobiography of ... ;
or, eight years on the stage. B. 1854.

Actual Settler, An. H. Y. Bead.
Suggestions on . . . colonization through
the . . . allotment system. By . . . Mon-
treal, 1865.

Adair, James. Sir Richard Phillips.
rive hundred questions and exercises on
Murray's . . . English grammar. L. 1824.

" Adam." Arthur Hugh Clough.

In bis Bothie of Tober-na-VuoIich, Hobbes
was Ward Hunt; Adam, Clough himself; Lind-
say, F. R. Johnson of Christ Church ; Hewson,
J. S. Winder of Oriel ; Arthur, H. W. Fisher of
Christ Church; Airlie, J. Deacon of Oriel; and
Sir Hector . . ., Mr. Farquharson.

Adam, Onkel. Carl Anton Wetter-
bergh. The fatal chain. From the Swed-
ish of . . . 1864.

Adam, Uncle. Georqe Mogridge.
The Chinese. By . . . 'L. 1845.

Adam, Adam Fitz. Edivard Moore,
R. 0. Cambridge, Horace Wcdpole, Lord
Chesterfield, Qic. The world. L. 1755-57.

Adam, Christian. Carl Christian
Thorvaldus Andersen. Strid og Fred. Et
Digt i sex sange. Copenhagen, 1858.

Adams, Bloses. Dr. George W. Bagby.
For Virginians only. What I did with
my fifty millions. By . . . P. 1874.

Adams, Stephen. M. Maybrick. A
prominent English singer and writer of
music. Among other songs he was the
author of "Nancy Lee," of which more
than 100,000 copies were sold.

Adams, Will. John Neal. Errata; or,
the works of Will Adams : a novel. 1822.

Addie. Adelaide J. Cooley. Snow-
flake's pleasure-book ; sunshine for dull

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