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7649, D. Ephraim Holding's homely hints, chiefly addressed to Sundayschool teachers. By Old Humphrey. New York, 1844.
1283, F. Report from the select committee on gaming. London, 1844.
11053, D. 15. Lotteries exposed. By a foe to deception. Philadelphia, 1827.
11549, 0. vol. 1. Permanent temperance documents of the American Temperance Society. Boston, 1835.
11549, 0. vol. 2. A collection of temperance pamphlets.
10002, 0. 1. Fifth report of the American temperance society, May, 1832. Boston, 1832.
11043, D. 5. The public-housekeeper's monitor. London, 1781.
11044, D. 1 & 14. Philip and his friends; or cottage dialogues on temperance. Dublin, 1830.
11044, D. 2. A statement of certain effects to be apprehended from temperance societies. By a physician. Dublin, 1829.
11044, D. 3. Hibernian temperance society's papers. Dublin, 1830.
13035, 0. 4. A few reasons why a “Maine Liquor Law” should not be passed in Pennsylvania. By X. X. Lancaster, 1852.
6503, D. 3. The ladies' etiquette. Glasgow, 1837.
6471, D. Sketches of popular tumults, illustrative of the evils of social ignorance. London, 1837.
6269, D. Essays on the principles of charitable institutions. London, 1836.
ETHICAL TREATISES ON THE PASSIONS, VIRTUES, VICES,
Dick, 6318, D. An essay on the sin and the evils of covetousness. By Thomas
Dick. Philadelphia, 1837. Green, 8552, D. An exposure of the arts and miseries of gambling. By J. H.
Green. Philadelphia, 1847. 8551, D. Gambling unmasked, or the personal experience of J. H.
Green, the reformed gambler. Philadelphia, 1847. Loudon, 9238, 0. Philanthropic economy, or the philosophy of happiness.
By Mrs. Loudon. London, 1835. Millingen, 10468, 0. The bistory of duelling. By J. G. Millingen, M. D.
2 vols. London, 1841. More, 9919, D. 7. Five years in a Lottery Office; or an exposition of the
lottery system in the United States. By Thomas Doyle (John J.
More). Boston, 1841. Northbrooke, 11488, O. A treatise on dicing, dancing, plays, and interludes,
with other idle pastimes. By John Northbrooke. London, 1843.
Reprinted by the Shakspeare Society. Richer, 10137, 0. Théatre du monde, ou par des examples tires des auteurs
anciens et modernes, les vertus et les vices sont mis en opposition,
par M. Richer. 4 vols. A Paris, 1788. Tucker, 12512, 0. 6. A Discourse before the Troy Temperance Society. By
Mark Tucker. Troy, 1830. Winslow, 10340, 0. The anatomy of suicide. By Forbes Winslow. London,
1840. 12701, 0. 2. An essay on duelling. New York, 1830.
11032, D. The nature and extent of Christian beneficence; or the duty and interest of rich men. Dundee, 1790. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq.
11036, D. 7. Advice against swearing.
EDUCATION, ELEMENTARY WORKS FOR YOUTH, ETC.
Aimé Martin, 10018, 0. Lettres à Sophie sur la physique, la chymie et l'his
toire naturelle, par L. Aimé-Martin ; avec des notes, par M. Patrin. 2 tom.
A Paris, 1822. 10746, 0. Education des mères de famille, ou de la civilisation du genre humain
les femmes. Seconde édition. Par L. Aimé. Martin. Paris, 1838.
7650, D. The education of mothers : or the civilization of mankind by woman. By L. Aimé-Martin. Translated from the French
by Edwin Lee, Esq. 1st American edition. Philadelphia, 1813. Antrobus, 9511, 0. A view of the social bearings and importance of educa
tion, in a series of essays. By J. Antrobus. London, 1837. Ashley, 10832, 0. 2. Moral and religious education of the working classes.
The speech of Lord Ashley, M. P., in the House, Feb. 1813. Lon
don, 1813. Austin, 6775, D. On national education. By Mrs. Austin. London, 1839. Bache, 9839, 0. Report on education in Europe, to the trustees of the Girard
College for orphans. By Alexander Dallas Bache, LL. D. Phila
delphia, 1839. Bell, 11234, 0.' The Life of the Rev. Andrew Bell, D. D., &c., comprising
the history of the rise and progress of the system of mutual tuition. The first volume by Robert Southey, edited by Mrs. Southey. The
two last by his son, the Rev. C. C. Southey. 3 vols. London, 1844. Booth, 11787, 0. 6. Education and Educational Institutions considered. By
Rev. J. Booth. London, 1846. Bouilly, 6855, D. Conseils à ma fille, par J. N. Bouilly. 2 vols. A Paris,
6867, D. Contes à ma fille, par J. N. Bouilly. 2 vols. A Paris. Bureaud, 9482, 0. Private education; or observations on governesses.
Madame Bureaud Riofrey. London, 1836. Burgess, 11787, 0. 5. A letter to the Rev. W. F. Hook, on the plan for the
education of the people. By Rev. R. Burgess. 2d edition. London,
1816. Butts, 10795, D. The man of business; a practical manual, containing legal
information indispensable to business men, legal forms, practical busi
ness tables, &c. &c. By I. R. Butts. Boston, 1854. Campomanes, 6936, D. Apéndice à la education popular. Par Campomanes.
4 vols. En Madrid, 1775. Carll, 11054, D. 1. A lecture on infant schools. By Rev. M. M. Carll.
Philadelphia, 1827. 11055, D. 5. Report on education adopted by a town meeting; also an
address by Rev. M. M. Carll. Philadelphia, 1830. Chambers, 11311, 0. Chambers's information for the people. New and im.
proved edition. Edinburgh, 1842. Charton, 10858,0. Guide pour le choix d'un état, ou dictionnaire des profes
sions. Par M. Edouard Charton. Paris, 1842. Cousin, 6445, D. On the state of education in Holland, as regards schools for
the working classes and the poor. By Victor Cousin. London, 1838. Day, 12085, 0. 6. Mr. Peet's Letter of Instructions. Report on the institu
tions for the deaf and dumb in Central and Western Europe in 1844, to the Directors of the New York institution. By the Rev. George
E. Day. Albany, 1845. Gift of J. Jay Smith. Duppa, 11031, D. The education of the peasantry in England, with an account of the establishment of M. de Fellenberg, at Hofwyl, in
Switzerland. By Baldwin F. Duppa, Esq. Portrait of Fellenberg.
London, 1834. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. Emerson, 12825, 0. 3. Moral education. A lecture at New Bedford, Aug. 16,
1842, before the American Institute of Instruction. By George B.
Emerson. Boston, 1812. Everett, 8531, D. Importance of practical education and useful knowledge.
A selection from his orations and discourses. By Edward Everett.
New York, 1847. Forbes, 9036, D. 2. The danger of superficial knowledge. By James D.
Forbes. London, 1849. Franklin, 13296, 0. 11. Idea of the English School, sketched out for the
Trustees of the Academy. By B. F(ranklin.) Philadelphia. Girardin, 7385, D. De l'instruction public en France. Par Emile de Girar
din. Paris, 1840. Grégoire, 8048, D. De l'enseignement régulier de la langue maternelle dans
les écoles et les familles. Par le P. Grégoire Girard. Paris, 1844. Guerin, 7690, D. Le conteur des petits enfants. Par Leon Guerin. 4 tonnes.
Paris, 1843. Hall, 8689, D. Teaching, a science; the teacher an artist. By Rev. B. R.
Hall. New York, 1848.
Rev. R. W. Hamilton, D. D. London, 1845.
By Frederick Hill. London, 1836. Hook, 11787, 0. 3. On the means of rendering more perfect the education of
the people; a letter to the Lord Bishop of St. David's. By Walter
Farquhar Hook. 5th edition. London, 1846. James, 6178, D. On the educational institutions of Germany. By G. P. R.
James, Esq. London, 1835. Jarrold, 9535, 0. Instinct and reason, philosophically investigated; with a
view to ascertain the principles of the science of education. By
Thomas Jarrold, M. D. London, 1836. Jomard, 10078, 0. 1. Rapport général fait a la société pour l'instruction élé
mentaire sur l'enseignement primaire en France et à l'étranger, par
M. Jomard. Paris, 1832. 10247, 0.9. Rapport général sur les progrés de l'instruction élémen
taire, par M. Jomard. A Paris, 1832. Jones, 10402, 0. 4. Observations on medical education, with a view to legis
lative interference. By Richard Jones. London, 1839. Kay, 11701, 0. The education of the poor in England and Europe. By
Joseph Kay. London, 1846. 9596, D. The social condition and education of the people in England
and Europe. By Joseph Kay. 2 vols. London, 1850. Lewis, 9679, 0. 10. An address on education. By George R. Lewis. Here
ford, 1838. Mansfield, 12510, 0. American education; its principles and elements. By
Edward D. Mansfield. New York, 1851. Martineau, 8949, D. Household education. By Harriet Martineau. Phila
delphia, 1849. Necker de Saussure, 10764, 0. L'Education progressive, ou étude du cours
de la vie ; par Mme. Necker de Saussure. Tome troisième. Etude
de la vie des Femmes. Paris, 1838. Niemeyer, 9940, 0. Grundsätze der Erziehung und des Unterrichts für Eltern.
Hauslehrer und Schulmänner, von D. August. Hermann Niemeyer,
3 band. Halle, 1824-1825. Orpen, 6343, D. Anecdotes and annals of the deaf and dumb. By C. E. H.
Orpen, M. D. 2d edition. London, 1836.
Pestalozzi, 6803, D. Meine Lebensschicksale als Vorsteher meiner Erziehung
sinstitute in Burgdorf und Iferten, von Pestalozzi. Leipzig, 1826. Priault, 9515, 0. National education. By Osmond de Beauvoir Priaulx.
London, 1837. Pryce, 7092, D. Popular education, a prize essay. By the Rev. E. S. Pryce.
London, 1840. Rémusat, 10235, 0. Essai sur l’education des femmes, par Mme. la Comtesse
de Rémusat. A Paris, 1825. Rhees, 11055, D. 1. Manual of the Lancasterian system as practised in the
Model School. By J. L. Rhees. Philadelphia, 1827. Richter, 8862, D. 1. Levana ; or, the doctrine of education. Translated from
the German of Jean Paul Richter. London, 1848. Robinson, 11078, D. An easy grammar of history. By Rev. Jno. Robinson.
Enlarged by Benj. Davies. Philadelphia, 1829. Sanderson, 11032, D. 16. Remarks on the plan of a college to exclude the
Latin and Greek languages. By John Sanderson. Philadelphia,
1826. Schwarz, 9937, 0. Erziehungslehre, von Fr. H. Chr. Schwarz. 3 band.
Leipzig, 1829. Smiley, 11074, D. Introduction to geography. By T. T. Smiley. Phila
delphia, 1828. Stith, 11005, 0. 4. Thoughts on female education. By Mrs. Townshend
Stith. Philadelphia, 1831. Stuart, 11005, 0.1. An examination of the strictures upon the American
Education Society, in a late number of the Biblical Repertory. By
Moses Stuart. 1829. Taylor, 9623, 0. Home education. By the author of natural history of en
thusiasm. (Isaac Taylor.) London, 1838.
6576, D. Home education. By Isaac Taylor. New York, 1838. Todd, 6508, D. Lectures to children, familiarly illustrating important truth.
By the Rev. John Todd. Northampton, 1837. Gift of the author. 6507, D. The student's manual. By the Rev. John Todd. Northamp
ton, 1837. Gift of the author. 6506, D. The Sabbath school teacher. By the Rev. John Todd.
Northampton, 1837. Gift of the author. Value, 11054, D. 11. Prospectus de l'académie classique et militaire de
Mantua. Par V. Value. Philadelphia, 1828. Vieth, 11060, D. The pleasing preceptor. From the German of G. U. A.
Vieth. Vol. 1. London, 1800. Gift of Isaac Lea. Whewell, 11618, 0. Of a liberal education in general, and with reference to
the leading studies of Cambridge. By William Whewell, D. D.
London, 1845. Wordsworth, 7930, D. Discourses on public education. By Christopher
Wordsworth, D.D. London, 1814. Wyse, 9531, 0. Education reform; or the necessity of a national system of
education. By Thomas Wyse. London, 1837. 1922, 0. 6. Etat actuel de l'instruction primaire dans les différentes parties de l'Europe. Extrait de la Revue Britannique. Paris, 1838.
6471, D. Sketches of popular tumults, illustrative of the evils of ignorance. London, 1837.
6401, D. Central society of education. First publication. London, 1837.
11822, 0. 9. A letter to the Rev. Dr. Hook on National Education. London.
10973, D. Youth's friendly monitor; being directions, prudential, moral, religious and scientific. Together with Theophilus. London, 1756.
10130, D. 6. A brief exposition of the pantographic system of instruction. Philadelphia, 1852.
13271, 0. American annals of education and instruction, for the year 1833. Edited by William C. Woodbridge. Vol. 3. Boston, 1833. Gijt of Isaac Lea, Esq.
11082, D. Practical reading lessons for youth. Baltimore, 1830.
UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, &c. Arey, 10307, D. The Girard College and its founder; containing the biogra
phy of Mr. Girard; the history of the institution, its organization and plan of discipline, with the course of education, &c. &c., and the will of Mr. Girard. By Henry W. Arey, Secretary to the Girard
College. Philadelphia, 1852. Barnard, 13171, 0. National education in Europe; being an account of the
organization, administration, instruction and statistics of public schools of different grades in the principal States. By Henry
Barnard, LL. D. 2d edition. New York, 1851. Bartlett, 9894, D. A collection of college words and customs. By John
Russell Bartlett. Cambridge, 1851. Beecher, 9628, D. Truth stranger than Fiction ; a narrative of recent trans
actions involving the honor, truth and justice, which obtain in a distinguished American University. By Catharine E. Beecher. Boston,
1850. Bell, 12509, 0. 1. Memorial to the Trustees of the University of Pennsyl
vania. By J. M. Bell, M. D. Philadelphia, 1850. See Jackson. Bird, 12607, 0. 10. Valedictory address to the graduates of Pennsylvania
Medical College. By Robert M. Bird, M. D. Philadelphia, 1843. Brewster, 13195, 0. 18. Address before the Society of the College of New
Jersey. By Benjamin H. Brewster. Philadelphia, 1853. Bristed, 9942, D. Five years in an English University (Cambridge). By
Charles A. Bristed. 2 vols. New York, 1852. Coxe, 10325, 0.8. An appeal to the public, and especially the medical public,
from the proceedings of the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, vacating the chair of materia medica and pharmacy. By John
Redman Coxe, M. D. Philadelphia, 1835. Creasy, 8862, D. 2. Some account of the Foundation of Eton College. By
E. S. Creasy. London, 1818. Eliot, 8830, D. A sketch of the bistory of Harvard College, and of its present state.
By Samuel A. Eliot. Boston, 1848. Fellenberg, 7593, 1). Letters from Hofwyl, by a parent, on the educational
institutions of De Fellenberg. London, 1842. Horner, 12694, 0. 18. Medical commencement of the University of Pennsyl
vania, 1851. With a valedictory. By W. E. Horner, M. D. 2d
edition. Philadelphia, 1851. Iuber, 10974, 0. The English Universities, from the German of V. A. Iuber.
An abridged translation, edited by Francis W. Newman. 3 vols.
London, 1813. Hutton, 8890, D. 1. Recollections of Rugby. By an old Rugbean. Lon
don, 1818. Ingram, 9401, 0. Memorials of Oxford. By the Rev. James Ingram, D.D.
With engravings by John Le Keux. 3 vols. Oxford, 1834. Jackson, 12509, 0. 2. Review of the Memorial of Dr. John Bell to the Trus
tees of the University. (By Samuel Jackson, M. D.) Philadelphia,
1850.) Lamb, 9655, 0. A collection of letters, statutes, and other documents illus
trative of the history of the University of Cambridge. By John Lamb, D.D. London, 1838.