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1864.

H., G. George Hay, D.D. The Scrip-
ture doctrine of miracles displayed . . .
L. 1775.

H., G. F. George Frederick Holmes.

(1) Latter-day pamphlets. " Southern
Quar. Rev.," November, 1850, p. 313.—

(2) Sir William Hamilton's discourses.
" Southern Quar. Rev.," October, 1853,
p. 289.

H., G. S. George Stillnmn Hillard.
(1) In the "Christ. Exam."— (2) Mr.
Greenough's new group of statuary.
"New England Mag.," Vol. VIII., p.
41, 1835.

H., H. H. Huijman. Georgica Vir-
gilii . . . Oxf. 1854.

H., H. Mrs. Helen Maria (Flske Hunt)
Jackson. (1) Nelly's silver mine . . .
n.p., n.d. — (2) Verses. B. 1874.— (3)
Bits of travel. B. 1874. — (4) Bits of
talk about home matters. B. 1875. —
(5) Bits of talk for young folks. B.
1876.

H., H. Henri/ Humble. A short cate-
chism of faith and practice [with a pref-
ace by .. .]. L. 1869.

H., H. E. Horatio Emmons Hale.
<triental readings. "Amer. Monthly
Mag.," March, 1836, p. 226; The Crazy-
eye, April, 1836, p. 334; Oriental read-
ings. May, 1836, p. 456; Oriental read-
ings, July, 1836, p. 22.

H., H. W. Henry William Herbert,
The death of La Pucelle. " Amer.
Monthly Mag.," March, 1836, p. 218.

H., J. Joseph Harrington, in the
" Christ. Exam." (B.), 1852.'

H., J. Jo/in Hunt, D.D., in the " Con-
temporary Rev."

H., J. John Hutchins. Aggleston
stone barrow, the devil's night cap.
" Gent. Mag.," 1767, p. 169. Also An-
tiquities in Dorsetshire. "Gent. Mag.,"
1768, p. 109.

H., J. John Hutchinson. (1) Moses's
sine principio : represented by names, by
words, by types, and by emblems . . . By
... L. 1730. — (2) A new account of the
confusion of tongues . . . By ... L.
1731. — (3) The religion of Satan, or,
Antichrist, delineated . . . By ... L.
1736.

H., J. James Harris. Hermes ; or, a
philosophical inquiry concerning . . . uni-
versal grammar. L. 1751.

H., J. John Hay. Jim Bludso. n.p.
1871.

H., J. John Humfrey. Of subjection
to King George ... L. 1714.



H., J. C. Julius Charles Hare. The
philological museum. Edited by . . .
Camb. 1832-33.

H., J. F. .7. F. Houghton. Catholic
reaction against the great reformation.
"Amer. Whig Rev.," October, 1847, p.
347.

H., J. L. John Lord Hayes. Notes
upon indigo. B. 1873.

H., J. ii. James Lampson Harris. On
worship ... L. 18 — .

H., J. R. W. ,/. R. W. Hitchcock. Etch-
ing in America. N.Y. 1886.

H. K. Henry Ihwnes, Bishop of Kil-
lala, etc. A companion to the holy com-
munion, etc. Dul)lin, 1720.

H., K. Katharine Head. Sketches in
prose and poetr3^ By ... L. 1837.

H., L. Lucy Hooper. (1) Lines.
"Amer. Monthly Mag.," June, 1836, p.
610. — The chevalier's last hour. No-
vember, 1836, p. 442. — Lines. March,
1837, p. 259. — (2) Essay on domestic
happiness. 1840. — (3) Scenes from real
life. 1840.

H., Li. J. Mrs. Louisa Jane (^Park)
Hall. Jane Bouverie. In the " Christ.
Exam." (B.), 1851.

H. Ij. Li. Ja7ie Borthwick. The story
of four centuries . . . By ... L. 1864.

H., L. M. L. M. Hubbard. (1) The
woman's gazette ; or, news about work.
Conducted by . . . L. 1875-79. — Con-
tinued as " Work and leisure . . ." Edited
by . . . L. 1880, etc. — Year (The) book
of women's work. Edited by . . . L.
1875. — Continued as " Englishman's
(The) year book for 1881, etc." By . . .
L. 1880, etc.

H., M. Matilda Horsburgh. (1) The
childi-en of the Great King: a tale of the
Crimean War. By... Edinb. 1865.— •
(2) Cottage readings from Bible history
. . . By ... L. 1869. — (3) Labourers
in the vineyard : dioramic sketches in
the lives of eminent Christians. By . . .
Edinb. 1863. — (4) Nothing to do ; or,
the induence of a life. By . . . Edinb.
1862. — (5) Rosa Lindesay, the light of
Kilmain. Ry . . . Edinb. n.d.

H., M. Li. Martin I^uther Hurlbut, in
the "Christ. Exam."

H., O. 0. Hermelin, a Swedish author.

H., O. Rev. Oliver Henwood. George
Coad, the letter carrier ; or, pure religion
displaved in humble life. Plymouth, 1849.

FI.,b. W. Oliver Wendell Holmes. (1)
Apollo in America. By ... B. 1850. —
See " Greenwood, Grace." — (2) " Qui
vive." "Amer. Monthly Mag.," Novem-
ber, 1836, p. 468. — (3) To an insect.
Vol. I., p. 235. — A week of frailty.



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Vol. I., p. 316. —My aunt. Vol. I., p.
433. —The dilemma. Vol. H., .36.—
Old books. Vol. II., p. 46. — The de-
stroyer. Vol. II., p. 202. — The debut.
Vol." II., p. 225. — The comet. Vol. II.,
p. 300. — Spring. Vol. II., p. 330.—
May and October. Vol. II., p. 449. —
Ugly reflections. Vol. III., p. 21. — New
year's address. Vol. IV., p. 94. — Six
verses. Vol. V., p. 44. " New England
Mag.," 1831-33.

H., P. Pinkneij Horrij. Pensees et
sentiments, jiar . . . Paris, 180.5.

H., R. H. Richard Holt Hutton, edi-
tor of tlie London " Spectator."

H., S. Salma Hale, in the " Christ.
Exam." (B.), 1852.

H., S- Samuel Hickson. The two noble
kinsmen. " Westminster Rev.," April,
1847, p. 59.

H. S. Nathaniel Brassey Halked and
Richard Brinsley Slieridan. Tlie love
epistles of Aristaenetus ... L. 1771.

The letters " H. S." are the initials of the re-
«pi-ctive surnames of the above translators.

PI., S., Esq., M.R.I.A. Samuel Hayes.

A practical treatise on x^lanting, and the
management of woods and coppices, by
... L. and Dublin, 1794.

H., S. A. .S'. A. HurUini, in tlie "Christ.
Exam."

H.,S. G. Samuel GridleyHowe{i). (1)
Atheism in New England. " New Eng-
land Mag.," Vol. VII., p. 500, 1834; V(il.
VIII., p. 53, 1835. — (2) The heads of
our great men. "Amer. Monthlj' ]Mag.,"
April, 1838, ].. 3-j4.

H. S. H., the 31. of A. Elizabeth Craven,
Margravine of Anspacli. The soldier of
Dierenstein ; or, love and mercy. An
Austrian story. By. . . L. 1802.

H., T. Thomas Hill, D.D., in the
" CHirist. Exam."

H., T. T. Hardres. A panegyrical
poem on the fair and celebrated beauties
... of Canlcrbury . . . By . . . Can-
terbury, 1718.

H., T. C. Thomas Carson Hansard.
Treatises on printing and typefounding.
By . . . From the 7th ed. of the " Encyc.
Brit."

H., T. H. Thomas Hingston Harveij.
St. .Michael's Mount. By . . . L. 1852.

H., T. H. T. H. Howard. Signature
to poetrv in the "Amer. Montldy Mag.,"
1836-37'

IL, T. J. Mrs. T. J. Haslum. Tlic
woman's advocate. Dublin, 1874.

II., T. W. Thomas Went.worth Hiygin-
sun, in llie "Christ. Exam." B. 1852.

11., W. William Hoare. Amusement
of leisure hours ... L. 1805.



H. W. Prof. David Thomas Ansted.
Light, in "Temple Bar," 1860-61.

H., W. C. William Carew HazUtt.

Shakespeare's library, 2d ed [Edited

by . . .] L. 1875.

H., W. H. William H. Husk.

H., W. H. William Henry Hurlbut,
in the " Christ. Exam."

H., W. H. Reu. William Henry Her-
ford, in the " Inquirer," July 10, 1869.

H , E. M. Emily Marion Harris.

.\niv and Rosalie ... L. 1854.

H , J , C. A D. S. J.

Haivardine. (1) The decalogue ex-
plain'd ... By . . . L. 1750. — (2) The
real principles of the Catholics ; or, a
catechism for tlie adult . . . By ... L.
1749.

Also ascribed to Rev. John Hornibold.

H — d. Franklin Fiske Heard, in the
"Christ. Exam."

H — d. Frederic West Holland, in the
"Christ. Exam."

H — d, Harry. Henry Howard. The
asses of Great Britain, an answer to ... 's
ass. By Fartinando, etc. L. 1762.

H — e. Edward Everett Hale, in tlie
" Christ. Exam."

H — 1. Edward Brooks Hall, in the
"Christ. Exam."

H — rd. Franklin Fiske Heard, in the
"Christ. Exam."

H rd, G ■ E . George Ed-
mund Howard. An epistle ... to Alder-
man George Faulkner, with notes by the
alderman, etc. L. 1772.

H — s. Thaddeiis William Harris, in
tlie " Christ. Exam."

H — s, E — 1 of. Robert Darcy, Earl of
Holderness. A letter from ... to the
L[ord] C[hancello]r of Ireland. 1753.

H s, Mr. Rev. Thomas Haweis.

A faithful narrative of facts relative to
tiie late presentation of ... to the rectory
of Al — w — le [Aldwinkle] in Northamp-
tonshire. Setting forth the manner in
which the same was obtained from the
patron, and the subsequent conduct of
Mr. M— n [Rev. Martin Madan], and
Mr. H— s [Rev. Thomas Haweis] , . . L.
1767.

H — t. William Henry Hurlbut, in tlie
"Christ. Exam."

H — t, E. B. Lieut. Edward B. Hunt,
in tlie " Clirist. Exam."

H***, Miss. Miss Elizabeth^}) Helme.
Clara et Kmmeline; ou, la be'ne'diction
maternelle ; traduite de I'anglais par
Dubois-Fontanelle. L. 1788.

Haberdaslier, O. 31. Alexander Car-
lyle. Plain reasons for removing a cer-
tain great man from His M — y's pres-



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ence and councils forever. By ... L.
1759.
Habitant de la Pennsylvanie, Un.

L'Abbe J. E. Bonnet. Eeponse aux
principales questions qui peuvent etre
faites sur les Etats-Unis de I'amerique.
Lausanne, 1788.

The edition of 1795 bears the pseudonym " Un
Citoyen adoptif de Pennsylvanie."

Habitant Obscur de I'ancien Hem-
isphere. Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas
Caritat, Marquis de Condorcet. Re'flex-
ions . . . Par . . . Paris, 1788.

Had ton, The Right Hon-
ourable the Earl of. Thomas Baillie
Hamilton, 7tli Earl of Haddington.
Poems on several occasions. By . . .
n.p. 1764.

Hadermann, Jeannette K. Mrs.
Jeannette R. (^Hadermann) Walworth.

Hall, Joseph. James Everett.

Hamilton. Mathetu Care//. (1) An-
nals of liberalit}', generosity, public
spirit, etc. P. 1829. — (2) A common
sense address to the citizens of the South-
ern States. P. 1828. — (o) Cursory
views of the liberal and restrictive sys-
tems of political economy. P. 1826. —
(4) Emigration from Ireland, and immi-
gration into the United States. P. 1828.
— (5) Essay on railroads. P. 1830. —
(6) Essays tending to prove the ruinous
effects of the policy of the United States
on the farmers, planters, and merchants.
P. 1826. — (7) Examination of a tract
on the alteration of the tariff. Written
by T. Cooper ... P. 1824. — (8) Infant
schools. P. 1829-31. — (9) "Look be-
fore you leap." P. 1835.— (10) On the
study of the learned languages. P.
1836. — (11) Prospects on and beyond
the Rubicon. P. 1833.— (12) The pro-
tecting system. By . . . P. 1829. — (13)
Slave labor employed in manufactures.
P. 1827.

Hamilton, Edward. Alexander Sli-
dell Mackenzie. Life of Paul Jones.
Aberdeen, 1848.

Hammergafterstein, Hans. Henri/
W. Longfellow. — See " L., H. W."

Hammond, Orpha. Orpha Turner.

Hancock. William Jay. A letter to
the Hon. Samuel A. Eliot ... By . . .
B. 1851.

Also ascribed to Franklin Dexter.

Hancoclc. Jonathan Russell. Whole
truth, etc. B. 1808.

Handsome Englishman, The. John
Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough.

Hardman, John. Robert GradweU,
D.D. A winter evening dialogue be-
tween John Hardman and John Card-



well ; or, thoughts on tlie Rule of Faith
... By ... In the " Catholicon " of 1817.

Harlequin-Horace. James Miller..
Harlequin-Horace, on the art of modern
poetry. L. 1731.

Harring, Johan. Carl Christian Bag-
ger. Meines bruders leben ; eine erzah-
lung . . . Berlin, 1847.

Harris, Miss Blanclie. Mrs. Blanche
(Harris) Lean. Reflections on sublu-
nary enjojnnents . . . By ... St. Ag-
nes, 1806.

Harry, Tumbler. Llenn/ St. John,

Viscount Bolingbroke. "Vis B ,

a gamesome, frolicksome young fellow."

— See " The High German Doctor,"
" Harry Gambol."

"Hai-tford Wits," The. Richard
Alsop, Theodore D wight, Lenmel Hopkins,,
and .fohn Trumbull, 'io'^ ' ^■s' - ,,.' -

Harvard. William Biglow. The col-
lege catalogue. "New England Mag.,'''
Vol. VII., p. 143.

Harvard Student, A. Rev. Henry
Dana Ward. Poems b}' . 1 . B. 1855.

Harvey, Hope. Miss Susan Oak Curtis^

Hattie, Aunt.' . Mrs. Harriet Newell
(Woods) B<d,er. (1) Behind the curtain.
B. 1869.— (2) The breach of trust. B.
1869.— (3) Fashion and folly. By . .'.
B. 1867. — (4) Ha.pp3^ home stoi'ies for
boys. By... B. 1871. — (5) Happy
home stories for girls. By ... B. 1871.

— (6) The hard sura, and other stories.
Bv . . . Cincinnati, 187,0. — (7> The hole
in the pocket. By . . . B. 1866. — (8)
The little princess, and other stories. By
. . . N.Y. 1874.— (9) Lost but found.
By... B. 1868. — aO) Stopping the
leak. By . . . B. 1865.

, Hayes, Henry. Mis. Ellen Olney Kirk.
Story of Margaret Kent. P. 1885.

Hayne, Peagreen. Joseph Hayne^
Trial between Maria Foote, the cele-
brated actress, and Joseph Hayne (" Pea-
green Hayne ") for a breach of promise
of marriage. L, 1824.

Hayward, Thomas. William Oldys.
The preface of " Tlie British Muse . . ."

Hazel-Bud, Witch. William Budd.

Hedgehog, Humphrey. John Agg.
The general post bag ; or, news, foreign
and domestic. L. 1815.

Heinemann, Priedrich. Karl Lud-
ivig Hiiberlin. Russische hofgeschichten,
neue f olge ; von Katharina II. bis Mco-
laus I. Leipzig, 1857.

Hellebore, Dr. Charles LucasC?).
The . . . history of . . . Dublin, 1754.

Hellenophilus. Edward Maltby,
D.D.C^). Articles on Richard Porson
and his literary labors, in Dr. Aikin's.



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^' AthensBum," Oct. 17, Nov. 10, and Dec.
13, 1808, and January, 1809.

Heller, Robert. William Henry
Palmer.

HeUmuth, Ernst. Ernst Schmidt-
Weissenfels. Apoll von Byzanz. Wien,
1861.

Hellmuth, Paul. J. Heinrich L.
Fischer. Augustin. Leipzig, 1829.

Helper. George Wilder Fox.

Helvidius. John Jaij. Letters.
1793.

Also ascribed to James Madison.

Henri B. Honore de Balzac. Articles
in " La Caricature," 1831.

Henry. Richard Gh'iffith. Gordian
knot. L. 1769.

Henry, Bishop of Exeter, 1851.
Henry Phillpots, Bp. of Exeter. Acts of
the diocesan sjmod in the cathedral
church of Eieter. By . . . L. 1851.

'Henry, Patrick. Philip Richard
Fendall. — See " Onslow."

Heptarchus. England. — See "Fer-
gusia."

Heptarchus, Ijord. England. Mel-
anchoUy sonnets : being Fergusia's [Scot-
land's] complaint upon Heptarchus, in
wliich . . . Lady Fergusia reflects upon
her liappy state before her unhaliow'd
marriage with . . . Lord Heptarchus,
anno 1707, etc. Elguze, 1741.

Her Bi'other-in-law. Charles Con-
stantine Pise. Lutters to Ada, from . . .
N.Y. 1834. -

Her Daughter. Edith Coleridge. Me-
moir and letters of Sara Coleridge.
Edited by . . . 1873.

Her Father. Riv. Benjamin Carvosso.
Account of Deborah Banks Carvosso.
By . . . 1840.

Her Father. /. Drakeford. Brief,
memoir of Martlia Drakeford . . . Writ-
ten by . . . L. 1800.

Her Father. John Boyd. The flower
transijlaiited ; or, a memoir of Mary
Boyd. By . . . P. 1854.

Her Father. Francis Kinlock. Let-
ters from Geneva and France ... to a
lady in Virginia. By.. . . B. 1810.

Her Father. Jonathan Gray. Some
account of tlic personal religion of Mar-
garet Gray. By . . . York, 1826.

Her Father. Cotton Mather, D.D. (1)
Silentiarius ... A sermon . . . on the
death of Mrs. Abigail Willard . . .' By
... B. 1721. — (2) Victorina: a sermon
preached on the decease and at tiie de-
sire of Mrs. Katherin Mather. By . . .
Whereunto tliere is added a further ac-
count of tliat young gentk'wom.-m. By
another hand [Tiionuis Walter]. B. 1717.



Her Father. Rev. Thomas Prince,
D.D. The sovereign God acknowledged
and blessed, both in giving and taking
away : a sermon occasioned by the de-
cease of Mrs. Deborah Prince . . . 1744
... At the South Churcii, in Boston . . .
1744.

Her Husband. Edward Morgan.
The clergyman's wife • a memoir of the
late Mrs. Morgan of Syston. By . . .
Carnarvon, 1854.

Her Husband. James M. Byron.
The grace of God manifested in a short
account of Mrs. Eliza Byron . . . By
... In the " Methodist Mag.," 1804.

Her Husband. John Greenleaf
Adams. Memoir of Mrs. Mary H.
Adams. B. 1865.

Her Master. William Chambers.
Fiddy : an autobiography. Edited by
. . . 1851.

Her Mother. Mrs. Martha Stone '
Hubbell. Memorial of an only daughter.
By . . . L. 1858.

Her Pastor. Chandler Robbins. Por-
trait of a Christian ... By . . . B. 1858.

Her Physician. Richard Robert Mad-
den. Travels of Lady Hester Stanhope,
narrated by ... L. 1846.

Her Sister. Jane Margaret Strickland.
Life of Agnes Strickland. By ... L.
1887.

Her Sister. Marie V. G. Havergal.
Memorials of Frances Ridley Havergal.
N.Y. 1880.

Her Son. Rev. Samuel Stillman. A
sermon occasioned by the decease of
Mrs. Mary Stillman. By . . . B. 1768.

Herbert, Lucian. Julius Gundling,
1830; roujan und geschichte. Leipzig,
1865.

Herbert, Uncle. Timothy Shay Arthur.

Hercnles. Fisher Ames, in the Boston
"Palhidlum," October, 1801.

Hercditarj' High Churchman, An.
James llirks Smith. Reminiscences of
forty years. By ... L. 18 — .

Hcring, Jeanie. Mrs. Adams Acton.
Honour is my guide. L. 1886.

Herman, William. William Herman
Ridofsen. Dance of Death. By . . .
San Francisco, 1877.

Hermann, Eugen. Eugen Hermann
Dedenroth. Die baronin. Frankfurt a.
M. n.d.

Hermes. William Torrey Harris.

Hermes, Paul. William Roscoe
Thaijer. Confessions of . . . and other
poems. P. 1884.

Hermit. Paul F. De Gournay.

Hermit, A. John Stoiu. A H.'s nar-
rative of opinions ... L. 1861.



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Hermit of Eastham, The. William
Hay ley.

Hermodactyl. Philip Horneck. The
High-German doctor ... L. 1714-15.

Hermodactyl of High Fame. Robert
Haiiey, Earl of Oxford and Mortimer.

In " Political Merriment ; or, Truths told to
Some Tune," L. 1714, there occurs ;i ballad en-
titled, " Advice to the Tories," which satirizes
the heads of that party under the respective
titles of " Hermodactj'l of High Fame" {The
Earl of Oxford) ; "Codicil" {Lord Har court);
" Lord Gambol " ( Viscount Bolinghroke) ;
"Will Wildfire" {Sir 'William Windham);
"Matt Rummer " {Matthew Prior) ; " Bungay,
the Tow'riug High-Church Pope" {Dr. Henry
Sacheverellj ; " Peter Brickdust " and " Zeche-
riah " {unknown) . — See " Notes and Queries,"
1860, Vol. I., pp. 198, 290.

Hero of Cowpens, The. Gen.
Daniel Morgan. ... a revolutionary
sketch. By Miss Rebecca McConkey.
N.Y. 1885.

Hero of tlie Nile, The. Horatio Nelson .

Herodion. Waldemar Adolf Tliisfed.

Herschel, Sir John. J. N. Nicollet.
De'couvertes dans la lune, faites au Cap
de Bonne-Esperance. Strasbourg, 1836.

Herself. Nathaniel Hooke. An account
of the conduct of the Dowager Duchess
of Marlborough, from her first coming to
court, to the ye&r 1710. In a letter from
herself to my Lord • . L. 1712.

Hertzman, Rudolph. il//.s.s Emma
Catharine (Manley) Embury. Fugitive
writings. 1840-45.

Hess, Bernliard. Bernhard Hesslein.
Unter dem schleier der nacht ; sitten-
bild aus Berlins gegenwart. Berlin,
1858.

Hi-Ski-Hi. Mrs. Caroline Elizabeth
Sarah {Sheridan) Norton. One of her
signatures in writing to Mr. Hayward.

Hibernian Dicli. Sir Richard Steele.
In the " Hudibrastic Brewer" (1714) are
some sarcastic lines on ... by " Ned "
Ward.

Hibernicus. ./. D. Latouche. — See
"Britannicus."

Hickling, William. Benjamin Frank-
lin De Costa.

High Churchman of theOld School,
A. William Edward Jelf, B.D. Quous-
que ? How far ■? How long ? . . . By
... L. 1873.

Highland Mary. Mary Campbell.
Burns' first love.

Hilda. Mrs. Peter E. Abel.

Hildreth, Harry. J. W. Donovan.
Friend to friend . . . little scraps . . . By
. . . Detroit, 18—.

Hinds, John. .John Badcoch. The
veterinary surgeon ; or, farriery taught
on a new and easy plan. L. 1827.

Also ascribed to John Bell.



Hipponax. Rev. Thomas Monro.
Spring in London : a poem. By , . .
L. 1793.

His Brother. Derwent Coleridge.
Essays and marginalia. By Hartley
Coleridge. Edited by . . . L. 1851.

His Brother. George L. Prentiss. A
memoir of S. S. Prentiss. Edited by
. . . N.Y. 1855.

His Daughter. 31rs. Alicia (Pryme)
Baijue. Autographic recollections of G.
Pryme. Edited by . . . L. 1870.

His Daughter. Mrs. Asia {Booth)
Clarke. Booth memorials : passages, in-
cidents, and anecdotes in the life of Ju-
nius Brutus Booth (the elder). By . . .
N.Y. 1866.

His Daughter, ilfrs. Mary { Wilson)
Gordon. Christopher North: a memoir
of John Wilson. Compiled . . . by . . .
Edinb. 1862.

His Daughter. Sara Henry Coleridge.
Essays on his own lines . . . By S. T.
Coleridge. Edited by . . . L. 1850.

His Daughter. Miss Barry.

The manual of happiness. By . . . H.
Barry. Edited by . . . 1862.

His Daughter. Mrs. J. J. {Ewing)
Matheson. A memoir of Greville Ewing
. . . By . . . L. 1843.

His Daughter. Lucy Barton. Poems
and letters by Bernard Barton . . . edited
by . . . L. 1853.

His Daughter. Mrs. Frances Free-
ling {Hood) Broderip. (1) Memorials of
Thomas Hood ; collected, arranged, and
edited by . . . with a preface and notes
by his son [T. Hood]. L. I860.— (2)
Works of Thomas Hood . . . Edited by
... L. 1869.

His Eldest Daughter. Mamie Dick-
ens. Charles Dickens. By ... L.
1885.

His Eldest Son. .Jacob Halls Drew.
The life, cliaracter, and literary labours
of Samuel Drew. By ... L. 1835.

His Eldest Son. ./. C. Charlton. In
memoriam of John Moore Cllarlton. Ed-
ited by .. . L. 1877.

His Ex — y It. C. His Excellency Lord
Carteret.

His Excellency the Governor-in-
Chief of New Zealand. Sir George
Grey. Jom-nal of an expedition from
Auckland to Taranaki . . . undertaken . . .
by . . . [written by his assistant private
secretary, G. S. Cooper]. Auckland, 1851.

His Eatlier. Rev. Benjamin Carvosso..
Attractive piety; or, memorials of Will.
Banks Carvosso. By ... L. 1847.

His Father. Lyman Tremain. Memo-
rial of Frederick Lyman Tremaine . . . of



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the 10th N.Y. Cavalry. By , . . Albany,
1865.

His Father. William Johnson Bacon.
Memorial of William Kirkland Bacon . . .
By . . . Utica, N.Y., 1863.

His Father. Clark. Payson, a

model boy ; or, recollections of J. F. W.
Clark. By . . . L. 1865.

His Father. Joseph Parrish Thomp-
son. Tlie sergeant's memorial. By . . .
N.Y. 1863.

His Foster-Father. J. D. Pound.
The echo of truth to the voice of slander;
or, John B. Gough's early history. By . . .
N.Y. 1845.

His Friend in Orkney. Thomas
Hepburn. A letter to a gentleman
[George Baton] from ... L. 1760.

His Grace the Archbishop of Dub-
lin. William King, D.D. Divine pre-
destination and foreknowledge consis-
tent with the freedom of man's will :



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Sarah
life of
by. . .



a sermon
1727.

His Great-Granddaughter.

Nicholas lianclolph. Domestic
Thomas Jefferson. Comp. . . .
N.Y. 1871.

His 3Iother. Mrs. M. Fergus. Nearer
to Jesus : memorials of Eobert Walter
Fergus. By . . . L. 1870.

His Representative. Sir William
Lemon, Bart. Thoughts on the present
crisis, in a letter from a constituent to . . .
By William Peter, in the " Pamphleteer,"
1816, pp. 216-80.

His Reviewer. B. U. Campbell. Re-
marks of the " United States Catholic
Magazine " on the discussion between
Hon. J. P. Kennedy and ... By Michael
Courtney Jenkins. Bait. 1840.

His Sister. Anne Muzlei/. Letters
[of James B. Mozley]. Edited by . . .
L. 1884.

His Sister, ^frs. Elizabeth Bonhote.
Rambles of Mr. Frankley. By ... L.
1773.

His Son. Thomas Hood, Jr. — See "His
Daughter," Mrs. F. F. (H.) Broderip.

His Son. John Barnett, the Younger.
" Faithful unto death." Memorials of
John Barnett [tbe elder] ... of Blaby . , .
Edited by . . . 1878. '

His Son. Pro. Benjamin Carrosso.
The great cfRc'acy of sinii)le faith in the
atonement of Cbrist, exemplified in a
memoir of Mr. AVilliam Carvosso, sixty
years a class leader in the Wesleyan
Methodist connexion. Written by liim-
self, and edited by . . . L. 1835.

His Son. Pichard Harris Dalton Bar-
ham. Tlie life and letters of the Rev.



Richard Harris Barham ... By ... L.
1870.

His Son. George Crahbe, Jr. The
poetical works of George Crabbe, with
his letters and journals, and his life. By
... L. 1834.

His Son. Benjamin Say. A short
compilation of the life and writings of
Thomas Say. By . . . P. 1796.

His Son. Rev. Francis Charles Hinges-
ton-Randolph. The poems of Francis
Hingeston. Edited by . . . L. 1857.

His Son-in-Iia^v. Edward Dorr Grif-
fin Prime. Fort}^ years in the Turkish
empire : a memoir of William Goodell,
By . . . N.Y. 1876.

His Son-in-Ijaw. Vcdery Radot. Louis
Pasteur: his life and labors. By . . . L.
1885.

His Son-in-Law. William Lamb Bel-
lows. Memoir of John Strickland, a local
preacher of the Wesleyan connexion,
late of East Holme, near Wareham,
Dorset. By . . . L. 1838.

His Uneie. Thomas Grant. A boy
in tlie swellings of Jordan ; or, the child
in tlie conflict with death. By . . .
Edinb. 1855.

His Widow. Eleanor W. Campbell.
Biographical sketches, with other literary
remains [by John Wilson Campbell].
Compiled by . . . Columbus, Ohio, 1838.

His Widow. Emilij Beke. The late
Dr. C. [Charles Tilstone] Beke's dis-
coveries of Sinai in Arabia and of Mid-
ian. Edited by . . . L. 1878.

His Widow. Mrs. Lucy (Bakewell)



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