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13294, 0. 12, 13, 14, & 13297, 0.6. Minutes of 7th, 12th, 13th and 15th convention of delegates from Abolition societies of United States. Philadelphia, 1801, 1809, 1812 and 1818.
13293, O. 13. Report of the African Institution. London, 1807.
7170, 0. The African repository and colonial journal. Published by the American Colonization Society. Vol. 1 to 14, 18, and 19. Washington, 1826 to 1842.
12587, 0. The 3d, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 16th, and 17th annual reports of the American society for colonizing the free people of color of the United States. Washington, 1820, &c. Gift of Wm. E. Whitman, Esg.
12588, 0. A collection of periodicals, reports and other pamphlets relating to African colonization. Gift of the same.
13293, 0. 6. Address on the slave trade by the Society of Friends. London, 1822.
12589, 0. 6. A planter's views of the condition of the negroes in Jamaica, in 1824. London.
2661, Q. Genius of universal emancipation, for 1827 and 1828. Baltimore. 12589, O. 19. Genius of universal emancipation. Washington, 1830.
12589, 0. 20. Annual report of the New England anti-slavery society. Boston, 1833.
11005, 0. 6. First annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society. New York, 1834.
10328, 0. 8. First annual report of the New Hampshire Anti-Slavery Society. Concord, 1835.
10921, 0. 3. A letter to Lord Brougham on the subject of American slavery. By an American. London, 1836. .
10921, 0. 6. Appel de la capitale de L'Ecosse aux Etats Unis d'Amerique, au sujet de l'esclavage. Traduit de l'Anglais. Paris, 1836.
6653, D. An inquiry into the condition and prospects of the African race in the United States. Philadelphia, 1837.
9527, 0. 5. Negro apprenticeship in the colonies. A view of the report of the select committee of the House of Commons. London, 1837.
9527, 0. 6. The foreign slave trade; a brief account of its state, treaties, and laws, to the present time. London, 1837.
10503, D. 1. A collection of anti-slavery pamphlets of various dates, from 1837 to 1850. Gift of Prof. C. D. Cleveland.
12589, 0. 12. Causes and origin of slavery in the United States. By an American. Philadelphia, 1845.
10328, 0. 4, & 12589, 0. 10. American slavery as it is; testimony of a thousand witnesses. New York, 1839.
12685, 0. 3, & 12686, 0. 2. Slavery in the south. A review of Hammond and Fuller's letters, and Chancellor Harper's memoir on that subject. From the Southern Quarterly. Charleston, 1845.
12589, 0. 8. The address of the southern and western liberty convention; with notes by a citizen of Pennsylvania. Cincinnati, 1845.
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS, RAILWAYS, ROADS, CANALS,
BRIDGES, TUNNELS, WHEEL-CARRIAGES, &c.
Appleton, 12930, 0. Appleton's dictionary of machines and engineering. 2
vols. New York, 1851. Baker, 12003, 0. 5. Railway engineering. By T. Baker. London, 1848.
Barrés du Molard, 2339, Q. Nouveau Système de Ponts a grande Portées, ou
moyen économique de construire des arches de toutes grandeurs, par
M. Le Vte. de Barrés du Molard. Paris, 1827. Borden, 12527, 0. A system of useful formulæ adapted to the practical
operations of locating and constructing railroads; a paper read before the Boston society of civil engineers. By Simeon Borden. Boston,
1851. Bourgoing, 10648, 0. Tableau de l'état actuel et des progrès probables des
chemins de fer de l'Allemagne, et du continent Européen. Par le
Baron Paul de Bourgoing. Paris, 1842. Bowen, 12893, 0. The pictorial sketch-book of Pennsylvania; or, its internal
improvements, &c. described. By Eli Bowen. Philadelphia, 1852. Carey, 12087, 0.9. Review of an address of the Joint Board of Directors of
the Delaware Canal and Camden and Amboy Railroad Companies. By a citizen of Burlington, New Jersey (H. C. Carey). Phila
delphia, 1848. Carr, 11936, 0. Railway locomotion and steam navigation, their principles
and practice. By John Carr. London, 1847. Carver, 12508, 0. 6. Proposal for a charter to build a railroad from Lake
Michigan to the Pacific Ocean. By Dr. Hartwell Carver. WashingChapman, 12575, 0. The cotton and commerce of India, with remarks on
railway communication in the Bombay presidency. By John Chap
man. London, 1851. Chevalier, 2385, Q. Histoire et description des voies de communication aux
Etats Unis et des travaux d'art qui en dépendent. Par Michael
1249, F. Voies de communication des Etats Unis, par M. Chevalier.
9922, 0. Des intérêts matériels en France, travaux publics, canaux, chemins de fer. Par Michel Chevalier. Paris, 1828.
10918, 0.4. Lettres sur l'inauguration du chemin de fer de Stras
bourg à Bale. Par Michel Chevalier. Paris, 1841. Coulier, 9920, 0. Histoire de la navigation intérieure, et particulièrement de
celle d'Angleterre. Par M. J. Coulier. 2 vols. Paris, 1819. Cressy, 11799, 0. Encyclopedia of civil engineering. By Edward Cressy.
2 vols. London, 1847. Cullen, 12995, 0. 7. The isthmus of Darien ship canal. By Dr. Cullen.
London, 1832. Curtis, 9904, o.' State of the question of steam communication with India
via the Red Sea. Together with copies of the correspondence on that important subject, which has taken place with the India board, and
the E. I. Company. By T. A. Curtis. London, 1839. Day, 9925, 0. A practical treatise on the construction and formation of rail
ways. By James Day. London, 1839. De Garay, 11239, 0.1. Survey of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, in 1842–3,
with the intent of establishing a communication between the Atlantic and cific Oceans, and under the superintendence of a scientific commission appointed by the projector, Don José De Garay. London,
1844. De la Lande, 1260, F. Des Canaux de Navigation, et specialement du Canal
de Languedoc. _Par M. de la Lande. A Paris, 1778. Gift of H.
J. Williams, Esq. De Reden, 11340, 0. Legislation des chemins de fer en Allemagne. Par
M. de Reden. Paris, 1845. Ellet, 13003, 0. The Mississippi and Ohio Rivers ; containing plans for the
protection of the Delta from inundation; and investigations of the
practicability and cost of improving the navigation of the Ohio and other rivers by means of reservoirs. With an appendix on the bars at the mouths of the Mississippi. By Charles Ellet, Jr. Phila
delphia, 1853. 10302, 0. An essay on the laws of trade in reference to the works of
internal improvement in the United States. By Charles Ellet, Jr.
Richmond, 1839. Gift of the author. Fairbairn, 12398, 0. An account of the construction of the Britannia and
Conway tubular bridges. By W. Fairbairn. London, 1849.
9406, 0. A treatise on the political economy of railroads. By
Henry Fairbairn. London, 1836. Francis, 12745, 0. A history of the English railway; its social relations
and revelations, 1820, 1845. By John Francis. 2 vols. London,
1851. Gillespie, 12343, 0. A manual of the principles and practice of road-making,
comprising the location, construction, and improvement of roads and
railroads. By W. M. Gillespie. 3d edition. New York, 1849. Graham, 10919, O. 2. A treatise on internal intercourse and communication
in civilized states, and particularly in Great Britain. By Thomas
Graham. London, 1834. Grant, 12477, 0. Bombay cotton and Indian railways. By Lieut. Col. C.
W. Grant. London, 1850. Harper, 9792, D. Harper's New York and Erie Railroad Guide Book, with
engravings. By Wm. Macleod. New York, 1851. Harris, 11291, Q. 5. Project for transporting laden merchant vessels by
railroad across the Isthmus of Suez. By Sir William Cornwallis
Harris. Edinburgh, 1845. Haupt, 12933, 0. General theory of bridge construction : containing demon
strations of the principles of the art, and their application to practice; furnishing the means of calculating the strains upon the chords, ties, braces, and other parts. With practical illustrations. By Herman
Haupt. New York, 1851. Head, 9030, D. 2. Stokers and pokers, or the London and Northwestern Rail
way. By Sir F. B. Head. London, 1849. Herron, 2637, Q. 2. A practical description of Herron's patent trellis railway
structure, &c.; with an account of the process of kyanizing, and the recent discoveries of M. Boucherie, by means of the pyrolignite of
iron. By James Herron, C. E. Philadelphia, 1841. Jones, 12843, 0. Historical sketch of the electric telegraph : including its
rise and progress in the United States. By Alexander Jones. New
York, 1852. Kingsford, 13031, 0. 12. History, structure, and statistics of plank-roads in
the United States and Canada. Bý W. Kingsford. With remarks on roads, by F. G. Skinner, and a letter on plank-roads, by the Hon.
Chas. E. Clarke. Philadelphia, 1852. Lardner, 9525, & 9593, D. Railway economy; a treatise on the new art of
transport, its management, prospects, and relations. By Dionysius
Lardner, D. C. L. New York and London, 1850. Lobet, 8020, D. Des chemins de fer en France. Par. J. Lobet. Paris, 1845. Long, 11053, D. 6. Letter from S. H. Long on railroads. Baltimore, 1827. Mahan, 11650, 0. An elementary course of civil engineering. By D. H.
Mahan. New York, 1846. Matthews, 9230, 0. Hydraulia; an account of the water-works of London,
&c. By W. Matthews. London, 1835. Palmer, 12087, O. 13. Memoir on the reconnaissance of rivers. Translated
from the French. By Lieutenant W. R. Palmer. Philadelphia, 1843. Gift of J. Jay Smith.
Pambour, 9408, 0. A practical treatise on locomotive engines upon railways.
By the Chev. F. M. G. De Pambour. London, 1836.
par le gouvernement général des Etats-Unis d'Amérique de 1824 à
marks on railway accidents and their prevention. By Robert Ritchie.
mountain. By S. W. Roberts. 1836.
Pennsylvania, to the Canal Commissioners, relative to the continuous
railroad from Harrisburg to Pittsburg. Harrisburg, 1811.
Geo. Escoll Sellers. Cincinnati, 1849.
to the civil engineer. Edited by F. W. Simms, C. E. London, 1838. Skinner, 13031, 0. 12. History, structure and statistics of plank-roads in the
United States and Canada. By W. Kingsford. With remarks on
Hon. Chas. E. Clarke. Philadelphia, 1852.
London, 1838. .
in the United States of America. Edited by W. Strickland, E. H.
1243, F. Explanatory plates to the “reports, specifications and estimates of the public works of the U. States," edited by Wm.
Strickland, E. H. Gill & H. R. Campbell. London.
canal route by way of the rivers Atrato and San Juan. By John C.
Trautwine, C. E. Philadelphia, 1854. Gift of the author.
Second edition. London, 1835.
T. Duverne. Paris, 1826.
between the Mediterranean and Red Seas. By James Vetch. Lon
don, 1844. Walker, 12715, 0. 21. Report of the minority of the inland navigation com
mittee on the use of the railways of the commonwealth. By M.
Walker. Harrisburg, 1834-'5.
canals of New York, and the agricultural societies. By Elkanah
Watson. Albany, 1820. Gift of W. B. Burnett. Weale, 2410, Q. Papers on engineering. By J. Weale. 2 vols. London, 1844.
Whishaw, 2369, Q. The railways of Great Britain and Ireland, practically
described and illustrated. By Francis Whishaw, civil engineer.
London, 1840. Williams, 12921, O. Our iron roads : their history, construction, and social
influences. By Frederick S. Williams. With woodcuts. London, 1852.
12740, 0. The Isthmus of Tehuantepec : being the results of a survey for a railroad to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, made by the scientific commissioners under the direction of Major J. G. Barnard, U. S. E. Arranged for the Tehuantepec Railroad Co. of New Orleans, by J. J. Williams. Maps and engravings. New
York, 1852. 9841, 9842, 9843, 9844, and 9845, 0. Select newspaper scraps, collected, arranged and indexed by Mathew Carey. Certain vols. relating to and lettered "Internal Improvements." Bequest of the collector.
9571, 0. 22. Proceedings of the citizens of Philadelphia relative to the railroad to Erie, and of the convention at Williamsport. Philadelphia, 1836. Gift of J. J. Smith, Jr.
13158, 0. 15. Message of Governor Bigler in relation to the Franklin Canal Company. Harrisburg, 1854.
10326, 0. 1. Proceedings of the railroad convention, assembled at Harrisburg, March 6th, 1838. Philadelphia, 1838.
12715, 0. 17 & 18. Report of the commissioners on the part of Pennsylvania on the use of the water of the river Delaware. Harrisburg, 1835.
11053, D. 13. Narrative of facts relative to the location of the western section of the Pennsylvania Canal. Pittsburg, 1827.
11055, D. 18. Letter from Abner Lacock, canal commissioner. Pittsburg, 1830.
12715, 0. 5 & 7. Report of the Canal Commissioners relative to the number of officers and agents on the Pennsylvania Canal and Railroads. Harrisburg, 1834, 1835.
12715, 0. 20. Report on the use of the railways of the commonwealth. Harrisburg, 1835.
12715, 0. 1. Rates of toll to be charged on the Penna. Canal and Railways, after Feb. 1, 1835. Harrisburg, 1835.
13195, 0. 5. Journal of Canal Commissioners for 1853. Harrisburg, 1854.
9571, 0. 1, 2, 12715, 13, 11008, 7, 11005, 14, 13032, 5, & 10352, 1. An. nual reports of the canal commissioners, to the Governor of Pennsylvania, with the accompanying documents. Harrisburg, 1833–1853.
13158, 0. 17. Alleghany Portage Railroad. Superintendent's report for 1853. Harrisburg, 1854.
12715, 0. 4. Petition for the extension of the Pennsylvania Canal from Columbia to the Maryland line. Harrisburg, 1835.
13158, 0. 16. Report of the superintendent of the North Branch Extension of the Pennsylvania Canal for 1853. Harrisburg, 1854.
13031, 0. 13. Address in favor of a railroad to connect Philadelphia with the lakes. Philadelphia, 1852.
12826, 0.1, & 13170, 0. 7. Fifth and seventh annual reports of the directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Philadelphia, 1852—1854. Gift of L. P. Smith.
13031, 0. 10. Documents referring to the controversy between the Canal Commissioners and the Harrisburg and Lancaster, and the Pennsylvania Railroad Companies. With remarks on the relative position of the State improvements and the Pennsylvania Railroad. Philadelphia, 1852.
11009, 0. 6, 10326, 6, 13411, 0. 6, 12315, & 12594, 0.1. Reports of the Board of Managers of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company, for the years