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MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE.

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Adelon, 10068, 0. Annales de hygiène publique et de la médecine légale. Par

M. Adelon, &c. Tom. 7 and 8. Paris, 1832. Beck, 10417, 0. Elements of medical jurisprudence. By T. R. Beck, M.

D. 6th edition. 2 vols." Philadelphia, 1838. Dean, 12770, 0. Principles of medical jurisprudence. By Amos Dean.

Albany, 1850. Orfila, 10737, 0. 4. Rapport sur la presence d'arsenic dans les empoisonne

le toxique. Par M. Orfila. Paris, 1841. 10101, 0. Leçons de médecine légale. Par M. Orfila. 3 tomes.

Paris, 1828. Prichard, 7606, D. On the different forms of insanity in relation to jurispru.

dence. By James C. Prichard, M. D. London, 1842. Ray, 13178, 0. A treatise on the medical jurisprudence of insanity. By I.

Ray. Boston, 1853. Sampson, 10951, 0. Criminal jurisprudence considered in relation to cerebral

organization. By M. B. Sampson. London, 1843. Wharton, 13290, 0. A treatise on medical jurisprudence. By Francis Wharton,

Esq., and Morton Stille, M. D. Philadelphia, 1855. Gift of F.

Wharton, Esg. Winslor, 12701, 0.9, & 7605, D. The plea of insanity in criminal cases. By

Forbes Winslow, Esq. Philadelphia and London, 1843

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CLASS III.

Sciences and Arts.

PHILOSOPHY.

Ambianus, 1339, F. 1. Jo. Fernellii Ambiani de abditis rerum causis libri

duo. Francofurti ad Moenum, 1577. Gift of Sally N. Dickinson. Aristotle, 11894, 0. The Nicomachean ethics of Aristotle, a new translation.

By the Rev. D. P. Chase. Oxford, 1847. Baumeister, 9194, D. M. Frid. Christiani Baumeister elementa Philosophiæ

recentioris. Lipsiæ, 1755. Bentham, 7664, D. Bentbamiana, or select extracts from the works of

Jeremy Bentham. Edited by John Hill Burton. Philadelphia, 1844. Blakey, 12105, 0. History of the philosophy of mind, embracing the

opinions of all writers of mental science, from the earliest period to

the present time. By Robert Blakey, Esq. 4 vols. London, 1848. Boetius, 6933, D. Les Eróticas, y traduccion de Bæcio de Don Estevan Ma

nuel de Villegas. 2 vols. En Madrid, 1797. Chalybäus, 13189, 0. Historical development of speculative philosophy, from

Kant to Hegel. From the German of Dr. H. M. Chalybäus. By

Rev. Alfred Edersheim. Edinburgh, 1854. Constant, 6664, D. vols. 1 & 2. Philosophical miscellanies, from the French

of Cousin, Jouffroy and Benjamin Constant. 2 vols. Boston, 1838. Condorcet, 10161, 0. Esquisse d'un tableau historique des progrès de l'esprit

humain ; suivie de reflexions sur l'esclavage des Négres. Par Con

dorcet. A Paris, 1822. Cousin, 6664, D. See Constant. Duncan, 6481, 6482, 6483, & 6554, D. Sacred philosophy of the seasons.

By Rev. H. Duncan. London, 1837, 1838. Fisher, 9919, D. 1. Observations on mental phenomena, as connected with the

philosophy of Divine Revelation. By William Logan Fisher.

Philadelphia, 1851. Gift of the author. Gaskell, 13170, 0. 6. Sense and sound, as they reciprocally form any sign of

mind. By John Gaskell. Philadelphia, 1854. Gift of the author. Giles, 10825, D. Illustrations of genius, in some of its relations to culture

and society. By Henry Giles. Boston, 1854. Henry, 7248, D. An epitome of the history of philosophy. By C. S. Henry,

D. D. 2 vols. New York, 1842. Jouffroy, 6664, D. See Cousin. Morell, 11784, 0. An historical and critical view of the speculative philosophy

of Europe in the 19th century. By J. D. Morell, A. M.

London, 1841. 12075, 0. 1. On the philosophical tendencies of the age. By J. D. Morell. London, 1848.

Murdock, 7416, D. Sketches of modern_philosophy, especially among the

Germans. By James Murdock, D. D. Hartford, 1842. Nicole, 8024, D. Euvres philosophiques et morales de [Pierre] Nicole. Avec

notes, par C. Jourdain. Paris, 1845. Out, 11341, 0. Flegel et la philosophie Allemande. Par A. Ott. Paris,

1844. Park, 10482, 0. Pantology; or a systematic survey of human knowledge.

By Roswell Park, A. M. Philadelphia, 1841. Plato, 7974, D. Plato contra Atheos. Plato against the atheists, or the tenth

book of the dialogues on laws, accompanied with notes by Taylor

Lewis, LL. D. New York, 1845. 10778, D. The works of Plato. A new and literal version, chiefly from

the text of Stallbaum. (Bohn's Classical Library.) 6 vols. Lon

don, 1854. See infra Sewell and Schleiermacher. Rémusat, 10685, 0. Essais de philosophie. Par Charles de Rémusat. 2 tom.

A Paris, 1842. Riesuetter, 9662, O. Johann Gottfried Christian Rieswetter's Darstellung der

wichtigsten Wahrheiten der kritischen Philosophie. Berlin, 1824. Ritter, 9602, 0. The history of ancient philosophy. By Dr. Heinrich Ritter.

Translated from the German, by A. J. W. Morrison. 4 vols. Ox

ford, 1838, &c. Saint Hilaire, 11328, 0. De l'école d'Alexandrie, rapport à l'académie des

sciences morales et politiques, précédé d'un essai sur la méthode des Alexandrins et le mysticisme. Par J. Barthélemy Saint Hilaire.

Paris, 1815. Saintes, 11404, 0. Histoire de la vie et de la philosophie de Kant. Par

Amand Saintes. Paris, 1844. Schiller, 7915, D. The æsthetic letters, essays, and the philosophical letters

of Schiller. Translated, with an introduction. By J. Weiss. Boston,

1845. Schleiermacher, 9449, 0. Schleiermacher's introduction to the dialogues of

Plato. Translated by Wm. Dobson. Cambridge, 1836. Seneca, 11020, 0. L. Annæi Senecæ et Pub. Syri Mimi forsan et aliorum

selectæ sententiæ quas notis illustratus edidit Emanuel Swedberg

(Swedenborg). Londini, 1811. Sewell, 7343, D. An introduction to the dialogues of Plato. By W. Sewell.

London, 1841. Smith, 6287, D. A popular view of the progress of philosophy among the

ancients. By J. T. Smith. London, 1836. Schlegel, 8680, D. The philosophy of life, and the philosophy of languages.

By Frederick Von Schlegel. New York, 1848. Schubert, 9958, 0. Abndungen einer allgemeinen Geschichte des Lebens, von

Dr. G. H. Schubert. 3 band. Leipzig, 1806. Vulteius, 9260, D. 2. Hermanni Vulteii diatribæ de perfectione hominis philo

sophica. Marpurgi, 1594, D. 12213, 0. On the nature and elements of the external world ; or universal immaterialism fully explained and newly demonstrated. London, 1847.

ENCYCLOPEDIAS AND DICTIONARIES OF ARTS AND SCIENCES.

Anthon, 10405, 0. A classical dictionary containing an account of the principal

proper names mentioned in ancient authors, and intended to elucidate all the important points connected with the geography, history, biogra

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phy, mythology, and fine arts of the Greeks and Romans. By Charles

Anthon, LL. D. New York, 1841. Appleton, 12930,'0. Appleton's dictionary of machines, mechanics, engine

work, and engineering: designed for practical workingmen, and those

interested for the engineering profession. 2 vols. New York, 1851. Booth, 12385, 0. The Encyclopedia of Chemistry, practical and theoretical,

embracing its application to the arts, metallurgy, mineralogy, geology, medicine, and pharmacy. By James C. Booth, assisted by Campbell

Morfit. Philadelphia, 1850. Brande, 10618, & 10768, O. A dictionary of science, literature and art; com

prising the history, description and scientific principles of every branch of human knowledge. Edited by W. T. Brande, F. R. S. London,

1842. Carpenter, 7573, & 7680, D. Popular cyclopædia of natural science, mechanical

philosophy, horology and astronomy. By W. B. Carpenter, M. D.

London, 1843. Chambers, 11828. 0. Chambers's Information for the people. A popular

Encyclopædia. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1847. Hoblyn, 9097, D. Dictionary of scientific terms. By Richard D. Hoblyn.

London, 1849.
Johnson, 10622, 0. The farmer's encyclopædia and dictionary of rural affairs.

By Cuthbert W. Johnson. London, 1842.
11024, 0. Johnson's farmer's encyclopædia, adapted to the United

States. Philadelphia, 1844.
Landreth, 8644, D. A dictionary of modern gardening. By G. W. Johnson.

Edited by D. Landreth. Philadelphia, 1847. Loudon, 10802, O. An encyclopædia of trees and shrubs, being the arboreti

cum et fructicetum Britannicum abridged. By J. C. Loudon. London,

1842. See Index-Loudon. Maunder, 7080, D. The scientific and literary treasury; a new and popular en

cyclopedia of the belles lettres. By S. Maunder. London, 1841. Morfit, 12383, 0. See Booth. Prechtl

, 9917, 0. Technologische Encyklopädie, oder alphabetisches Hand

buch der Technologie, der technischen Chemie und des Maschinenwesens, herausgegeben von Joh. Jos. Prechtl. 5 band, mit tafel.

Stuttgard, 1830–1834. Putnam, 9631, D. Putnam's (G. P.) Home Cyclopedia. 5 vols. New York,

1852, &c. Smedley, 2400, Q. Encyclopædia Metropolitana ; or a universal dictionary of

knowledge. By the Rev. Edward Smedley, M. A. 6 vols., being

the scientific portion. London, 1829. Smith, 10193, D. A smaller classical dictionary. By William Smith, LL. D.

With woodcuts. London, 1852. Thompson, 9227, 0. Records of general science. By Robert D. Thompson,

M. D., with the assistance of Thomas Thompson, M. D. 4 vols.

London, 1835. Ure, 9771, 0. A dictionary of arts, manufactures and mines, containing a

clear exposition of their principles and practice. By Andrew Ure,

M. D. 1240 engravings. London, 1839.
13111, 0. The same. Corrected and greatly enlarged. 2 vols. New

York, 1853.
Webster, 11177, 0. An encyclopædia of domestic economy. By Thomas

Webster, assisted by the late Mrs. Parker. London, 1844.
Wilson, 12103, 0. The rural cyclopedia, or a general dictionary of agricul-

ture, arts and sciences. By the Rev. John M. Wilson. 4 vols.

London, 1848. 2413, Q. The penny cyclopedia of the society for the diffusion of useful

knowledge. 14 vols. London, 1833-1845.

METAPHYSICS.

Atkinson, 9740, D. See Martineau, infra.
Begbie, 9855, D. Supernatural Illusions. By Major P. J. Begbie. 2 vols.

in 1. London, 1851. Blakeman, 9382, D. A philosophical essay on credulity and superstition, and

also on animal fascination, or charming. By Rufus Blakeman, M.

D. New York, 1819. Brewster, 9719, D. The philosophy of human nature. By Francis E. Brewster.

Philadelphia, 1851. Bushnan, 6496, D. The philosophy of instinct and reason. By J. S. Bush

nan. Edinburgh, 1837. Carlyle, 8913, D. 2. Sartor Resartus: the life and opinions of Herr Teufels

drockh. By Thomas Carlyle. New York, 1847.
8912, D. Past and Present, and Chartism. By Thomas Carlyle.

New York, 1847.
7160 and 8913, D. 1. On Heroes and Hero-Worship, and the heroic

in history. By Thomas Carlyle. London, 1841, and N. York, 1846. Cairns, 11166, 0. A treatise on moral freedom. Containing inquiries into

the operations of the intellectual principles. By William Cairns.

London, 1844. Calmet, 9539, D. & 9600, D. The phantom world; the history and philosophy

of spirits, apparitions, &c., &c. From the French of Augustine Calmet. With a preface and notes by Rev. Henry Christmas. Phila

delphia and London, 1850. Coates, 12512, 0. 21. An address on the history of organic development, and

the means of improving the mental and physical faculties. By Reynell

Coates, M. D. Philadelphia, 1839. Cousin, 7003, D. Elements of psychology included in a critical examination

of Locke's essay on the human understanding. By Victor Cousin. Translated from the French. By the Rev. C. S. Henry, D. D. 2d

edition. New York, 1838. Coleridge, 8154 & 9089, D. 3. Hints towards the formation of a more com

prehensive theory of life. By S. T. Coleridge. Edited by Seth B.

Watson, M. D. Philadelphia, 1848. Dendy, 10837, O. & 8556, D. The philosophy of mystery. By W. C. Dendy.

London, 1841. Drake, 10539, D. Memoir of a metaphysician. By Francis Drake, Esq.

London, 1853. Drummond, 2403, Q. Academical questions. By the Rt. Hon. William

Drummond. London, 1805. Elwin, 7788, D. Mens corporis, a treatise on the operations of the mind in

sleep. By F. H. Elwin. London, 1843. Fichte, 8333, D. 1. The destination of man. By J. Gottleib Fichte. Lon

don, 1846. 8333, D. 2. The nature of the scholar and its manifestations. By J.

Gottleib Fichte. With a memoir of the author. London, 1846. 8665, D. The characteristics of the present age. By J. G. Fichte.

Translated from the German. By William Smith. London, 1847. Field, 10763, 0. Outlines of analogical philosophy; being a primary view

of the principles and purposes of nature, science and art. By George

Field. 2 vols. London, 1839. Gift of the author. Fisher, 10308, D. Observations on mental phenomena as connected with the

philosophy of Divine Revelation. By Wm. Logan Fisher. Philadelphia, 1851. Gift of the author.

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