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land's minor theatre ... L. 1828-
40.

D — e, Johannes van. Johan Damme.
En roddar-madam, Berattelse af . Sthlm.
1852.

D — g. George Daniel. All's well that
ends well. A comedy . . . By W.
Shakespeare . . . with remarks . . . by . . .
L. 1850.

D— G— S, W— m, M.D. William
Douglass. Thomson as redivivus ; or, a
reply to . . . L. 1746.

Daisy, Cousin. Mrs. 8. 0. Johnson.
Daisy, Cousin. Delia Knipe. 1879.

Dame anglaise, Une. Mme.

(Ward Rondeau). Letters d' , . . resi-
dante en Russie. Eotterdam, 1770.

Danforth, Parke. Miss Hannah L.
Talbot. Not in the prospectus. B.
1886.

Daniel, Uncle. Anson Wriffbrd.
Traits of character, pursuits, manners,
etc., manifested by the inhabitants of the
North-eastern States. By . . . Portland,
Me., 1837.

Dannenberg, Georg. Bertha Hepi
Friedrich.

" Known also as Golo Itaimund, who was born
at Magdeburg in 1823. Klie was the author of
many novels, which belong to the better class of
light literature. Died in isSa." — Lippincott's
" Biographical Dictionary," p. 772.



Dannlstonus, Gualterus. Archi-
bald Pitcairne, M.D. G. D. ad Geor-
gium Buchananum epistola . . . Edinb.
1705.

D'Anvers, Caleb, of Gray's Inn,
Esq. William Pulteneg, Earl of Bath.
A proper reply to a late scurrilous libel
... By . . . L. 1731.

D'Anvers. dlrs. Nancg (Meugens)
Bell. (1) Around the world in eighty
days . . . Translated from the Erench
of Jules Verne by G. M. Towle and . . .
1876. — (2) Celebrated travels and trav-
ellers. The great explorers of the nine-
teenth century . . . Translated from the
French of Jules Verne by . . ., etc. 1874.

— (3) The curious adventures of a field
cricket . . . Translated from E. Can-
deze by . . . L. 1878. — (4) Dobbie and
Dobbie's master : a peep into the life of
a very little man. L. 1876. — (5) An
elementary history of art; architecture,
sculpture, painting ... L. ' 1882. — (6)
Elementary history of music. L. 1882.

— (7) The fur country . . . Translated
from the French of Jules Verne by ... ,
etc. 1874. — (8) Handbooks of ele-
mentary art ... By . . . L, 1883. —
(9) Heroes of American discovery . . .
By . . . L. 1884. — (10) Heroes of North
African discovery. L. 1877. — ''fH)
Heroes of South African discovery. L.
1878. — (12) The house on wheels . . .
From the French of Mad. de Stolz
[pseud.} . . . by . . . 1874. — (13) Little
Minnie's troubles ... L. 1876. — (14)
Nanny's adventures : the tale of a goat
. . . L. 1879. — (15) Parted: a tale of
clouds and sunshine, etc. L. 1879. —
(16) Pixie's adventures : the tale of a
terrier ... L. 1878. — (17) Prehistoric
America . . . [Translated from Du
Pouget (J. F. A.), Marquis de Nadaillac]
L. 1885. — (18) Raphael. L. 1879. —

(19) Robert's holidays. By. . . Founded
on the French of Fleuriot. L. 1875. —

(20) Science ladders. L. 1881. — (21)
Some account of tlie great buildings of
London ... L. 1879. — (22) Tlie Suez
canal. Letters and documents [of Les-
seps] descriptive of its rise and urogiess
. . . Translated by . . . L. 1876.— (23)
Trust me. L. 1882. — (24) To the Vic-
toi-ia Falls of tlie Zambesi. Translated
from the Gertnan of E. Mohr . . . by . . .
L. 1876.— (25) Wonders of sculpture,,
etc. Translated from the French of L.
Viardot by . . . 1872.

Darcy. Bfessrs. Henri Marie Martin
and Honors Fisquet. Guide du voyageur
en Angleterre. P. 1864,

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Bummer in Porkopolis, and other papers.
Cleveland, 1877.

Darragh, J. Thomas, late C. C. S.
Edward Everett Hale. The skeleton in
the closet. By . . . N.Y. 1881.

Daryl, Philippe. Paschal Grousset.
La vie partout. Signe Meltroe. Moeurs
BerlinoJses. Par . . . Paris, 1884.

Daughter of a Captain in the
navy, deceased, A. Miss Walsh. The
officer's dausfhter ; or, a visit to Ireland
in 1790. 1810.

Daughter of Darius, The. il/js.
Georqe Anne Be/taiiii/. — See "Queen of
Babylon, The."

Daughter of Dionysias, The. Ed-
ward Nichols Dennijs.

Daurignac, J. M. S. Mine. Orliac.
History of the Society of Jesus, from its
foundation to the present time. (Transl.)
Cincinnati, 1865.

David the Son of Jesse. David
Kendall. Bible trutli in its true light . . .
By . . . Utica, N.Y., 1835.

Daviess, Jo. Joseph Hamilton Daviess.

Davis, Honest John. Hon. John
Davis.

Dawson, Florence. Julia Wedge-
wood. An old debt. L. 1858.

De Cranki, Lunatico. Edward
Harris.

De Kalb. Mrs. Kate Cross. Signa-
ture in Canadian newspapers.

De Montgomery, Percy Vernon
Gordon, Viscount. James Hichman.
Hours of sun and shade. Reveries in
prose and verse ... L. 1856.

De Wolfe, Marie. Miss Minnie D.
Brower.

Deaf-Mute, A. William B. Swett.
Adventures of . . . B. 1874.

Decius. William Austin.

About the year 180.5, William Austin, in con-
sequence of political differences with Gen. Simon
Elliott, ill the " Chronicle," under the signature
"Decius," was challenged by Jamen H. Elliott,
eon of the general. A duel was fought in llhode
Island, and .Mr. Austin was slightly wounded.

Decius. William Pinkney. D. to
tlie republican citizens of Maryland.
Bait. 1812.

Decorator, A. C. H. Savon/. The
paper hanger, painter, grainer, and deco-
rator's assistant ... By . . . L. 1878.

Deerstalker, A. William Black.
Rhymes by . . . L. 188-.

Defendant, The. Frederic Edmonds,
M.D. A letter to the editor of the
" Lancet," with the explanatory statement
of . . . in Millet v. Edmonds. L. 1806.

Defensor. William Thomas. The
enemies of the Constitution discovered . . .
By . . . N.Y. 1835.



Defensor. Samuel Fuller. Letters
on baptismal regeneration. By . . . N.Y,
1852.

Delancy, Fitzhugh. Bichard Henry
Wilde.

Delaval, Barclay. James M. Share.
Shaugh bridge and Mount Edgecumbe.
By . . . Plymouth, 1878.

Delegate, A. David Weston. Among
the wounded. United States Christian
Commission. Experiences of . . . P.
1864.

Delegate, A. Rev. Henry Clay Badger.
The truths and errors of liberal Chris-
tianity, and of the national conference
of 1870. By . . . Camb. 1870.

Delegate to the Anti-Slavery Con-
vention of American Women, A.
Laura H. Lovell. Report of . . . B. 1835.

Delmond, Mary. Mary Anne Kelty.
The story of Isabel. By . . . L. 1826.

Delphine. Delphine Paris Baker.
Solon; or, the rebellion of '61. Chi-
cago, 1806.

De Lunatico, F. G. P. B. James.
The commissioner; or, de lunatico in-
quirendo. L. 1843.

Delta. Henry Dunn. (1) "The
Comforter " ; or, joy in the Holy Ghost
... By . . . L. 1857.— (2) Evangelical
churchmen are evangelical Noncon-
formists : an address . . . By ... L.
1859. — (3) Protestantism in Italy . . .
L. 1858. — (4) The revelation of St.
John, simply analyzed and expounded.
By . . . L. 1850. — (5) " The Spirit of
Truth," a supplement to "The Com-
forter" .. . By... L. 1857.

Delta. David Macbeth Moir\_^']. The
legend of Genevieve, with other tales and
poems. By . . . Edinb. 1825.

Delta. John Close. The , poetical
works of John Close, etc. . . . 1860.

Delta. Charles Deane. Spurious re-
prints of early books. By . . .

Demijohn. F. Alcott Pratt. Com-
piler of the "Alcott Calendar for 1885."

Democrat of the Old School, A.
Eli-iir Wrifjht, Jr. The programme of
])eace. By . . . B. 1862.

Democratic Tory, A. John Skelton.
Benjamin Disraeli: the past and the
future, a letter to John Bull, Esq. By . . .
L. 1808.

Democritus, junior. Rev. Orlando
Wilherspoon. Doctor Ben. By ... B.
1882.

Denison, Edmund Beckett. Sir
Edmund Beckett. Astronomy without
matliomatics. By ... L. 1869.

Departed Child, A. Mary Boyd.
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... By Rev. John Boyd. Edinb.
1853.

Deputy Governor, Tlie. Thomas
Cole. Narrative of an excursion to Ire-
land ... By . . . L. 182.5.

Derrydown Triangle. Robert Stew-
art, Lord Castlereagh, afterwards Mar-
quis of Londonderry, in a parody on
the Athanasian creed, by William Hone.
Dervall, Johannes v^an. August
Kilhne. Else Hohenthal; ronian. Stuttg.
1878.

Derwent, Lelth. James Leith Der-
icent. Circe's lovers : a novel. L. 1883.

Descendant from one of the early
Puritanical Governors, A. Albert
Welles. " Things new and old " for the
glory of God . . . By . . . Portland,
Me., 1845.

Descendant of the Great Scrible-
rus, A. William Cooke. The royal
naval review . . . By ... L. 1781.

Descendant of " Oar Ancient
Friend," A. Job Cus/iman. A com-
plaint, i.e. detail of facts, i.e. an appeal
to the Cong, churches of the Old Colony,
by ... as Robert Cushman was called
among the Pilgrims, n.p., n.d.

" Detached Badger " of the Field.
J. II. Walford, writer on angling and
floating flies.

Detector. Nathaniel Brassey Halhed.
The letters of . . . L. 1783.

Detector. Francis Burdett Courtenai/.
Revelations of quacks and quackery: a
series of letters by . . . L. 1865.

Detenu, A. T. R. Underwood. Nar-
rative (A) of memorable events in Paris,
etc. ; being extracts from the journal of
... L. 1825.

Detenu, A. James Lawrence. A pic-
ture of Verdun ; or, the English detained
in Fi-ance . . . From the portfolio of . . .
L. 1810.

Detouche, Pierre. Arnold Tanzer.

Deveronside Poet, A. Alexander
Harper. Summer excursions in the
neighborhood of Banff, and vicinity of
Duff House. Bridge of Alva, etc., etc.
Banff, 1843.

Devoniensis. William Chapjyle. An
Exmoor vocabulary. " Gent. Mag.," 1746,
pp. 405, 527.

Dewall, Johannes van. August Kilhne.
— See "Dervall, J. v."

Dhu, Hari. William Henry Black.

Dliu, Helen. Helen Black. Stanhope
Burleigh : the Jesuits in our homes. A
novel. By . . . N.Y. 1855.

Dick, Squire. Richard Archbold, Esq.
A letter to the poet, in vindication and
praise of . . . Dublin, 1756.



Didymus Clericus. JSficcoh Ugo Fos-
colo. Hypercalypseos liber singularis.
Paris, 1815. — See " Que'rard."

Different Practitioners. John Quier
and others. Letters and essays on the
small-pox ... By . . . L. 1778.

Five of the letters are by Dr. John Quier, of
Jamaica.

Digamma. Francis H. Valpy. Aude-
ograpliy : the new shorthand . . . By . . .
L. 1885.

Digby, Edward. Jones. The

trial of Mr. Jones, a medical gentleman,
for footpad robbery, near Primrose Hill,
Oct. 11, 1802 ... L. 1805.

Dilettante in law and politics, A.
Allan Ramsaij, Jr. Observations upon
the Riot Act'. . . By . . . L. 1781.

Dilthey, Karl. Julian Werner. Hen-
riette Sontag; bllithen und dornen am
baume eines kiinstlerlebens. N.Y. 1872.

Dinks. Capt. Jonathan Feel. The
dog. By . . . 1857.

" Dinner Bell, The." Edmund Burke.

" In the days when he wearied everybody with
details, and, as Goldemith so happily put it,
' Too deep for his hearers, still went on refining,
And thought of canonizing, while they thought
of dining,'

a large number of the members actually did be-
take themselves to that occupation, which cir-
cumstance earned for the great orator the- title of
' The Dinner Bell.' "

Diogenes. John Trenchard .

"Among the papers he wrote for the ' London '
and the ' British Journal,' under the signature of
'Cato,' were some, written by him under the name
of ' Diogenes,' upon several points of religion,
which were thought exceptionable."

Dion. George Berkeleij, Bishop of
Cloyne. A letter to . . . occasioned by
his book, Alciphron ; or, the minute phil-
osopher. By . . . [B. de Mandeville]. L.
1732.

Dionysius, the Areopagite. Sir
Richard Cox, 2d Bart.

Director, The. Ormsby MacKnight
Mitchell. Report of . . . '[of the Cin-
cinnati observatory], 1845. Cincinnati,
1845.

Director, The. Cleveland Abbe'. Re-
port . . . [of the Cincinnati observatory],
1869, 1870. Cincinnati, 1869-70.

Director of the Mint, The. James
Ross Snowden. Communication from . . .
to the Secretary of the Treasury, relative
to a proposed branch mint at New York.
P. 1860.

Disciple, A. 3Irs. Harriet Anne De
Sails. Kissing : its origin and species.
By . . . 1873.

Disciple, A. Samuel Halbeart Turner.
Teachings of tlie Master. N.Y. 1868.



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Disciple of Bishop Butler, A. Rev.
Thomas Wimberley Mossman. A reply
to Dr. Tyndall's Lucretian, by . . . L.
1874.

Disciple of Cranmer, A. Richard
Walker, B.A. Papistry defeated . . .
By . . . Oxf. 1841.

Disciple of the Old School, A.
James Everett. The disputants . . . Ey
... L. 1835.

Disciple of the Unitarian Mis-
sion, A. Jogut Chunder Gangoohj. Jud-
doo's triumph . . , by . . . Calcutta,
1857.

Dishclout, Tommy Thomas Toivle.
A miscellaneous collection of satirical
pieces . . . respecting the . . . conduct of
Master T. D. . . . L. n.d.

Dismal Fellow. Richard Bentley,
D.D. 1661-62 to 1742.

Dismallo, Don Diego. Daniel Finch,
2d Earl of Nottingham. — See Swift's
works, ed. " Scott," chap. xiii.

Displeased Liayman, A. George Web-
ster. The stumbling-block of predesti-
nation rolled away . . . By . . . Aber-
deen, 1858.

Dissenter, A. Anna Letitia Barbauld.
An address to the opposers of the repeal
of the Corporative and Test Acts. L.
1790.

Dissenter, A. Hudson. Obser-
vations on the origin and effects of the
Test Act... By... L. 1790.

Dissenter, A. John Offord. On the
recent prosecutions of persons vending
books against Christianity : an address
to deists. By . . . L. 1823.

Dissenter, A. David Bogue. Rea-
sons for seeking a repeal of the Test
Acts. By . . . L. 1790.

Dissenting- Country Gentleman, A.
Abraham Tuijlor. The Scripture doctrine
of the Trinity vindicated . . . By ... L.
1726.

Dissenting Minister, The. Hugh
Heugh, D.D. The 1). M.'s friendly
reply to a second friendly address
[by Robert S. Candlish, U.D.] from
ministers of the Establishment. Edinb.
n.d.

Dissenting Teacher, A. Asher
Humphreijs. — See "A Presbyter of the
Church of England " (Rev. T. Ains-
worth).

DistrictOfficer(A),C.H.T.C. Charles
Ilaukes 'J'od Crosthwaite. Notes on the
north-western provinces of India. By . . .
L. 1870.

District Visitor, A. ^frs. Lucy (Emra)
Crogqon. Things old and new ; or, recol-
lections of , , . L. 1839.



Distinguished English Commoner,

A. Edmund Burke. A letter from . . .
on the repeal of a part of the penal laws
against tlie Irish Catholics in 1785. L.
1824.

Divine of the Church of England of foreign travel
... L. 1764.

Editor of "Mortimer's Commer-
cial Dictionary," The. William Tate.
Foreign exchanges . . . By ... L. 1819.

Editor of" 3Iortimer's Dictionary,"
The. IF. Dikinson. Tlie American
negotiator ... By . . . L. 1818.

Editor of " Our Own Fireside,"
The. Charles Bullock. Home words for
the heart and hearth . . . Conducted by
... L. 1871, etc.

Editor of " Pamela and Clarissa,"
The. Samuel Richardson. History (The)
of Sir Charles Grandison. By ... L.
1754.

Editor of " Political Conferences,"
The. Thomas Tyers. An historical
rhapsody on Mr. Poi^e. By ... L. 1781.

Editor of the "Beauties of Fox,
North, and Burke," The. George
Chalmers. Opposition politics exempli-
fied. L. 1786.

Editor of the "Biographical Me-
moir of Her Royal Highness," The.
./. Coote. Select extracts and beauties
taken from . . . sermons . . . on . . . Prin-
cess Charlotte of Wales and Saxe Coburg
... By . . . L. 1818.

Editor of" The British Workman,"
The. T. B. Smythies. The "Band of
Mercy Advocate." Conducted by . . .
L. 1879, etc.

Editor of the " BuU," The. George
Edward Biber. (1) A letter to the Earl
of Arundel and Surrey, on the Bull "In
ccjcna Domini." By . . . L. 1848. — (2)
Papal diplomacy, and the Bull "In coena
Domini . . ." By . . . L. 1848.

Editor of " The Cabinet Lawyer,"
The. John Wade. Account of public
charities in England and Wales ... by
... L. 1820.

Editor of the " Chester Chronicle,"
The. ./. H. Ilanshall. The stranger in
Chester, giving an accurate account of
its local history, etc. By . . . Chester,
1816.

Editor of the " Chester Chronicle,"
The. ./. /Iemin(/u-aij. Chester election,
1818, 1820. Chester, 1818, 1820.

Editor of " The Churchman's Guide
to Faith," The. Robert Brett. The
oflfic.c of tlie most holy name ... L. 1866.

Editor of the "Court Journal,"



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The. Thomas Kibble Hervey. Devil's
progress : a poem ... L. 1830.

Editor of the "Earl of Shaftes-
bury's Iietters to Lord Moles-worth,"
The. John Toland. The danger of mer-
cenary parliaments ... L. 1722.

Editor of " The English Essayists,"
The. R. Cochrane. Great achievements
of military men, statesmen, and others
. . . arranged by . . . Edinb. 1879.

Editor of the " Essay on the char-
acter, manners, and genius of avo-
men," The. William Russell, LL.D.
Julia : a practical romance. By . . .
From the French. L. 1773.

Editor of the " Evening Post," The.
William Coleman. A collection of the
facts and documents relative to the death
of . . . Hamilton ... By . . . N.Y. 1804.

Editor of the "Examiner," The.
James Henrij Leigh Hunt. An attempt to
show the folly and danger of Methodism
... L. 1809.

Editor of the " Family Christian
Observer," The. Josiah Pratt. Forty
family sermons. By ... L. 1830.

Editor of the " Friend of Peace,"
The. Noah Worcester, D.D. Pacific
overtures for Christian harmony. By . . .

Editor of the " Gospel Magazine,"
The. David Alfred Doudneij. A run
through Connemara. By ... L. 1856.

Editor of the " Historical Hand-
book to Oxford, etc.," The. James J.
Moore. The pictorial and historical
gossiping guide to Oxford . . . By . . .
Oxf. 1875.

Editor of the " History and Anti-
quities of Wheatfield in Suffolk,"
The. Rev. John Clubbe. Physiognomy ;
being a sketch only of a larger work on
the same plan . ._. By ... L. 1763.

Editor of the " Investigator on
Prophecy," The. Joshua. William Brooks.
A dictionary of writers on the Prophecies
. . . 1835.

Editor of "The Jersey Indepen-
dent." George Julian Harneii. Feudal-
ism in Jersey . . . Jersey, 1857.

Editor of the " King's Highway,"
The. J. Brash and others. The higher
life : helps to Bible holiness. Conducted
by . . . L. 1874.

Editor of the " Liittle Gleaner,"
The. ;S'. Sears. " Monthly morsels . . ."
Edited by . . . L. 1859.

Editor of the " Looking Glass for
the Mind," The. Arnaud Berquin.
The blossoms of morality . . . By . . .
L. 1789.

Editor of " The Looking Glass for
the Mind." Rev. Samuel Cooper. The



blossoms of morality . . . By ... L.
1801.

Editor of the " Louisville Journal,"
The. George Denison Prentice. Prentice-
ana ; or, wit and humor in paragraphs.
By . . . N.Y. 1860.

Editor of the "Lunar Map and
Catalogue," The. William Badcliff
Birt. Selections from the portfolio of
... L. 1873.

Editor of the "Christian Reformier ;
or, Unitarian Magazine and Review,"
The. Robert Aspland. L. 1834-44. —
New series. Robert Brook Aspland. L.
1845-55.

Editor of " The Napoleon medals,"
The. Edward Edwards. Brief (A) de-
scriptive catalogue of the medals struck
in France and its dependencies, between
the years 1789 and 1830, contained in the
cabinet of the British Museum ... L.
1837.

Editor of the "New London Jest-
book," The. William C. Hazlitt. Anec-
dotes and reminiscences of illustrious men
and women of modern times ; by . . . L.
1872.

Editor of the " Phoenix," The. Miss
Clara Reeve. The champion of viiiue : a
Gothic story. By . . . Colchester, 1777.

Editor of the " Royal Military Cal-
endar," The. Sir John Philippart. The
East India military calendar . . . By . . .
L. 1823-26.

Editor of the "Scottish Guardian,"
The. Rev. George Lewis. (1) The Elder-
ship of the Church of Scotland, as it was,
and may be again. — (2) Scotland a half-
educated nation . . . By . . . Glasgow, 1834.

Editor of the " Series of Hymns
and Songs for Catholic Families and
Schools," The. Henrg Furmby. Picto-
rial Bible stories for the young . . . By
... L. 1856.

Editor of the "Synopsis of the
Peerage," The. Nicholas LI arris Nic-
olas, Esq. A letter intended for the " Gen-
tleman's Magazine," by . . . 'L. 1826.

Editor of the " Textuary and Ritu-
alist," The. Joseph White Niblock. Piety
and patriotism ; or, the Church the cham-
pion of liberty . . . by . . . L. 1835.

Editor of the " United States Ga-
zette," The. Joseph R. Chandler. A
trip to r.oston ; in a series of lettei's to . . .
B. 1838. By Enoch Cobb Wines.

Editor of the " Voyage of Hanno,"
The. Rev. Thomas Falconer, llemarks
on some passages in Mr. Bryant's publi-
cations respecting the war of Troy. By
... L. 1799.

Editor of the Young Ladies' Geog-



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raphy, The. Demarville. The

young lady's introduction to natural his-
tory ... By . . . L. 1766.

Editor of those "Epistles," The.
Dr. William Kenrick. A scrutiny ; or,
the criticks criticis'd . . . occasioned by
their . . . account of a poem entitled
" Epistles Pliilosophical and Moral . . ."
By . . . L. 1759.

Editor off the Line, An. Edward
MialJ. 1865.

Editor oth "Bowtvm Luniinary,"
The. J. T. Staton. Bobby Shuttle un
his woife Sayroh's visit to Manchester,
un to th'greight Hert treasures eggshibi-
tion . . . Written for Bobby himself, by
. . . Manchester, 1867.

Editor's Drawer. W. A. Seaver.
"Harper's Monthly."

Editors of the " Aiidover RevieTT,"
The. Egbert Coffin Smi/th and others.
Progressive orthodoxy. B. 1886.

Editors of the " Children's Friend,"
The. William Cams Wilson and others.
The infant's magazine. By ... L. 1866,
etc.

Editors of the " Family Friend,"
The. Robert Kemp Pliilp. Tlie practical
housewife . . . By. . . L. n.d.

Editors of the "Priest's Prayer
Book," The. B. F. Littledale and J. E.
Faux. The Christian passover ; or,
notes on the Holy Communion. By . . .
L. 1878.

Edr. Joh. A. Johan Alfred Enander.
Byggnads, skulptur och ini°ilarekonsten,
etc. Chicago, 1884.

Educational Advocate, An. Ed-
ward GruncHlle Eliot, 3(1 Earl of St. Ger-
mans. Advice to govenmient on the
subject of Irish education . . . By . . .
L. 1842.

Edvard. Per Jolian Edrard BUck-
strvrn. Skaldefursuk. Sthlm. 1860.

Edwardean, An. Joseph Harvei/.
Letters on the j)rcscnt state and probable
results of tlieological speculations in
Connecticut. By . . . Colcliester(?),
Conn., 1832.

EdAvardson, J. Jesse Appleton. Seri-
ous and resj)ectful address to the clergy
on approving and ordaining candidates
for the ministry. B. 1801.

Edwin. Thornas Vau()h<in.

Effie, Aunt. Mrs. IJarkshaw. Aunt
E.'s gift to tlie nursery. L. 1854.

Egeria. Mrs. Felicia Dorothea

(Browne) Ilemans. A ciiaracter in Mrs.
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Egomet Deniens. Bev. Thomas
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Ejnar. Klas Ri/dberg. A Swedish
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El Ayudante. Paid F. De Gournay.

El Mukattem. Howard Crosbij, D.D.
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Eliot, Alice. Sarah Onie Jewett.
Country by-ways. By . . . B. 1881.



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Eliot, Madge. Mrs. Sol Eytinge. Her
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" Young People."

Eliot, Max. Mrs. Anne M. D. Ellis,
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Eliza. Eliza Day. (1) A poem on



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