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1831, 1833, 1834, 1836, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, 1813, and 1844. Philadelphia, 1831, &c.
10326, 0. 5. Report of the president and managers of the Little Schuylkill and Susquehanna railroad company. Philadelphia, 1838.
9571, 3, 11008, 8, & 12715, 0. 10. The same.
10326, 0. 8. Annual report of the managers of the Union Canal company of Pennsylvania, 1834, 1835, 1839, 1840. Philadelphia, 1842.
12715, 0. 16. First annual report of the Philipsburg and Juniata Railroad Company. New York, 1833.
12715, 0. 11. Report of Mr. Blackburn on the memorial of the Sandy and Beaver Canal. Harrisburg, 1835.
12085, 0. 11. Report of the Stockholders of the Dauphin and Susquehanna Coal Company. Philadelphia, 1848.
12826, 0. 2. Report to the directors of the Pequa Railroad and Improvement Co. Philadelphia, 1849.
13411, 0. 7. Report of the Harrisburg, Portsmouth, Mount Joy, and Lancaster Railroad Co. Philadelphia, 1840.
13031, 0. 9. Two pamphlets relating to the Philadelphia, Easton and Water Gap Railroad, with a map. Philadelphia, 1853.
12715, 0. 14. Memorial to the Councils of Philadelphia against the incorporation of the Fairmount Canal Co. Harrisburg, 1835.
1192, F. Collection of reports of the watering committee of Philadelphia councils, 1799 to 1827. Gift of Edward Penington.
13410, 0. 8. Report of the watering committee relative to the Schuylkill Navigation Company. Philadelphia, 1832.
11008, 0. 2. Annual reports of the watering committee for 1836, 1838 and 1839. Philadelphia.
12715, 0. 15. Proceedings of the committee of Councils of Philadelphia on the Western Canal. Philadelphia, 1835.
9571, 0. 4. Eighth and thirteenth general report of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal company. 1827—1832.
12594, 0. 5, & 12702, 7. The same.
12775, 0. 6. Memorial to the General Assembly of Maryland in behalf of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Maryland, 1835.
13316, 0. The sixth to the thirteenth annual reports inclusive, of the board of public works of Virginia, and other documents. 3 vols. Richmond, 1821 to 1829. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq.
11050, D. 20. Proposed connection of the eastern and western waters, by a communication through the Potomac County. 1822.
12594, 0. 7. An investigation into the affairs of the Delaware and Raritan Canal and Camden and Amboy Railroad Conipanies, in reference to certain charges by “ A citizen of Burlington.” Newark, 1849.
12594, 0. 8. A statement of the condition of the Patterson and Hudson River Railroad Co., on 1st April, 1836.
12594, 0. 3. Report of the Morris Canal and Banking Co. New York, 1835.
12596, 0. A collection of documents, reports, speeches, and other pamphlets relating to the Erie Canal, ranging from the years 1810 to 1851. 3 vols.
12594, 0. 14. New York and Albany Railroad. New York, 1833.
12594, 0. 13. Third annual report of the Utica and Schenectady Railroad Co. 1836.
12594, 0. 11. Report of the Albany and West Stockbridge Railroad. Albany, 1836.
12594, 0. 12. Plans for improving the navigation of Hudson's River. Albany, 1820.
12594, 0. 9. Remarks relative to the Warren County Railroad. New York 1833.
13001, 0. Annual reports of the New York State engineer on the railroad statistics of New York, and of the Canal Commissioners for 1853. Albany, 1853. Gift of Dr. J. Romeyn Beck.
12701, 0. 8. Projet d'établissement d'une ligne de Paquebots à vapeur entre Anvers et New York. Bruxelles, 1850. Gift of John Jay Smith.
11052, D. 3. The railway docks at Brooklyn.
12594, 0. 2. Report on a railroad from Boston to the Hudson River, and from Boston to Providence. Boston, 1829.
11556, 0. Report of the Commissioners to examine the sources from which a supply of Pure Water may be obtained for the city of Boston. Boston, 1845. Gift of Walter R. Johnson, Esq.
12594, 0. 10. Charter and report of the Lake Erie and Mad River Railroad Company. Springfield, 1833.
12699, 3, & 13031, 0. 11 & 14. First, second and third annual reports of the Bellefontaine and Indiana Railroad Co. With two maps. Cleveland, 1851, 1852 and 1853.
12508, 0. 7. First report of the directors of the Steubenville and Indiana Railroad Company, with a map. Steubenville, 1850.
10477, 0. Sketch of a railway judiciously constructed between desirable points, exemplified by a map and an appendix of facts. New York, 1841. Gift of George W. Edwards.
1229, F. Acts of the parliament of Great Britain for making breakwaters, canals and railways, with minutes of evidence taken before committees, and maps and plans. London, 1790—1835.
1223, F. Reports from the committee on the survey of the coasts of Scotland, and of the commissioners for making roads and bridges in the Highlands of Scotland. London, 1803-1811.
11822, 0. 7. Railways for the many and not for the few, or how to make them profitable to all. London, 1847.
1275, F. Fifth Report from the Select Committee on Railways. London, 1844.
1271, F. 2. Report on the Atmospheric Railway; made to Parliament. 1844.
13400, 0. Report on steam carriages by a committee of the House of Commons, &c. Washington, 1832.
1273, F. 3. Communication with Ireland. London.
1277, F. Report of the Commissioners for improving the metropolis. London, 1844.
1273, F. 6. Dublin and Kingstown Atmospheric Railway. 10918, 0. 7. Observations des délégués des ports. Paris.
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 scientifie commission, under Major J. G. Barnard. With a resumé of the geology, climate, geography, industry, fauna and flora of that region. With engravings, and a vol. of maps. Prepared for the Tehuantepec Railroad Company, by J. J. Williams. New York, 1852.
13158, 0. 19. Communication of the directors of the Panama Railroad Co. to the Stockholders. New York, 1853.
HOSPITALS, DISPENSARIES AND POOR-HOUSES.
Bryan, 13031, 0. 4. Report on the state of the lying-in hospitals of Europe.
By James Bryan, M. D. Philadelphia, 1815. Earle, 12684, 0. 8. Twenty-fifth annual report of the Bloomingdale asylum.
By Pliny Earle. New York, 1845. (With a plate.) Houston, 9356, 0. Descriptive catalogue of the preparations in the Museum
of the Royal College of Surgeons, in Ireland. By John Houston,
M. D. Dublin, 1834. Gift of the author. Ingersoll, 13410, 0. 7. An address delivered at the opening of the Wills
Hospital for indigent blind and lame. By Joseph R. Ingersoll.
Philadelphia, 1834. Jackson, 12008, 0. A descriptive catalogue of the Anatomical Museum of
the Boston Society for Medical improvement. By J. B. S. Jackson,
M. D. Boston, 1847. Gift of the Society. Jacobi, 10533, 0. On the construction and management of hospitals for the
insane; with a particular notice of the institution at Siegburg. By Dr. Maximilian Jacobi. Translated by John Kitching. With obser
vations by Samuel Tuke. London, 1841. Kirkbride, 11827, 0. Reports of the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane;
with a sketch of its history, buildings and organization. By Thomas S. Kirkbride, M. D. Philadelphia, 1846.
11002, 12315, 19, 12505, 2, 12698, 5, & 12085, 0. 12 & 9. Reports of the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane for 1842, 1846, 1847, 1849 and 1850. By T. S. Kirkbride, M. D. Philadelphia,
1847. Gift of Dr. Kirkbride. Konigmacher, 10325, 0. 14. Report in relation to an asylum for the insane
poor. Mr. Konigmacher, Chairman. Harrisburg, 1835. Packard, 11009, 0. 4, & 13411, 0. 1. Memorandum of a late visit to some
of the principal hospitals, prisons, &c. in France, Scotland and Eng
land. By F. A. Packard. Philadelphia, 1840. Ruschenberger, 12315, 0. 9. The Maine hospital fund of the United States.
By W. S. W. Ruschenberger. Gift of the author. Stewart, 11001, 0. The hospitals and surgeons of Paris; an historical and
statistical account of the hospitals of Paris; with miscellaneous information and biographical notices of some of the most eminent of the living Parisian surgeons. By F. Campbell Stewart, M. D. New
York, 1843. 6269, D. Essays on the principles of charitable institutions. London, 1836.
11005, 0. 8. A late visit to some of the principal hospitals, prisons, &c., in France, Scotland, and England. Philadelphia, 1840.
12155, 0. Estado General de Cuentas de la direction de Hospitales Militares de Cataluña. Barcelona, 1815.
13411, 0. 13. Address to the citizens of Philadelphia on establishing an Asylum for the cure of the victims of intemperance. Philadelphia, 1841.
10002, 0. 4. Rules for the government of the sanitary committee and the city hospital and of the lazaretto. Philadelphia, 1843. Gift of John J. Smith, Jr.
11054, D. 5. Some account of the origin, objects, and present state of the Pennsylvania Hospital. Philadelphia, 1828.
12698, 0. 3. State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital for the year ending 4th month 27th, 1850. Philadelphia, 1850.
12698, 0. 6. A second appeal to the people of Pennsylvania for an asylum for the insane poor. Philadelphia, 1840.
12823, 0. 8. First annual report of the trustees of the State Lunatic Asylum of the State of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, 1852.
11051, D. 7, &c. State of the asylum for the relief of persons deprived of the use of their reason; for the years 1816, 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823 and 1824. Philadelphia.
11054, D. 8. The same for 1828.
11052, D. 9. Account of the asylum for the insane near Frankford. By Robert Waln, Jr. Philadelphia, 1825.
6436, D. 5. Thirteenth annual report of the asylum for persons deprived of their reason. Philadelphia, 1830.
9919, D. 3, & 13035, 0. 11. Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church, report, charter, &c. Philadelphia, 1851.
11005, 0. 13. Auditor's report of the accounts of the Blockley Almshouse for the year ending May, 1842. Philadelphia, 1843.
11054, D. 9. Reports of the Magdalen society for 1826 and 1827. Philadelphia.
11044, D. 15. Report of the Magdalen society. Philadelphia, 1829. 9919, D. 5. Report of the managers of the Magdalen Society for 1850. Philadelphia, 1851.
11044, D. 16. Remarks on the report of the U. S. Magdalen society.
9571, 0. 6. Address of the managers of the Preston Retreat. Philadelphia, 1836.
12589, 0. 15. The Thirteenth annual report of the colored orphans' association. Philadelphia, 1849.
11046, D. 6. Account of the design, origin and present state of the Philadelphia Dispensary. Philadelphia, 1805.
11046, D. 7. Rules of the Philadelphia Dispensary, with lists of the contributors, managers and officers for the years 1819, 1820 and 1821. Philadelphia.
11049, D. 1. The same for 1822.
11046, D. 10. Rules of the southern dispensary for the medical relief of the poor; with lists of the contributors, managers and officers for the years 1819, 1820 and 1821. Philadelphia.
11049, D. 2. The same for 1822. 11050, D. 9 & 2. The same for 1823 and 1824. 11051, D. 4. The same for 1825. 11052, D. 5. The same for 1826. 11053, D. 24. The same for 1818. 11053, D. 16: Rules of the northern dispensary, with lists of the contributors, &c. for the years 1820, 1824, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, and 1829. Philadelphia.
12823, 0. First, 2d, and 3d annual reports of the trustees and managers of the New York State Lunatic Asylum, made to the Legislature in January and February, 1842, 1844 and 1849. Albany, 1842, &c.
12735, 0. Annual report of the Alm3house Commissioners for the years 1847 and 1848. New York, 1848, &c. Gift of E. B. Corwin, Esq.
12736, 0. First, second, third and fourth annual reports of the Governors of the almshouse, New York, for the years 1849, &c. to the present time. 5 vols. New York, 1850, &c. Gift by the same.
12694, 0. 7. Some account of the Medical School in Boston, and of the Massachusetts General Ho«pital. Boston, 1824.
11054, D. 7. Report of the Penitent Female's Refuge. Boston, 1828.
13314, 0. Reports and other documents relating to the State Lunatic Hospital at Worcester, Massachusetts. Boston, 1837. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq.
12823, 0. 4, 5, 6 & 7, & 13031, 0. 7. Eighth, tenth, twelfth, thirteenth and nineteenth annual reports of the State Lunatic Hospital, at Worèester. Boston, 1811, 1843, 1845, 1846 and 1852.
12505, 0. 1. The 20th annual report of the officers of the Retreat for the insane at Hartford. Hartford, 1844.
NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
TREATISES, SYSTEMS, &c.
Alat, 10220, 0. Amusemens philosophiques sur diverses parties des sciences
et principalement de la physique et des mathematiques. Par le Père
Bonaventure Abat. A Amsterdam, 1763. Adorno, 12814, 0. Introduction to the harmony of the universe; or principles
of physico-barmonic geometry. By Juan Nepomuceno Adorno.
London, 1851. Gift of the author. Aimé- Martin, 10048, 0. Lettres à Sophie sur la physique, la chymie et
l'histoire naturelle, par L. Aimé-Martin; avec des notes, par M.
Patrin. 2 tom. A Paris, 1822. Bailly, 6882, D. Manuel de physique, ou élémens abrégés de cette science.
Par C. Bailly. Paris, 1831. Becquerel, 11360, 0. Traité de physique considerée dans ses rapports avec la
chimie et les sciences naturelles. Par M. Becquerel. 2 tomes. Paris,
1842. Bertrand, 6122, D. The revolutions of the globe familiarly illustrated. By
Alexander Bertrand, M. D., from the 5th French edition. London,
1835. Biot, 2331, Q. Recueil d'observations géodesiques, astronomiques et phy
siques, pour déterminer la variation de la pesanteur, &c., rédige par
MM. Biot et Arago. Paris, 1821. Bird, 6755, D. Elements of natural philosophy, being an experimental intro
duction to the physical sciences. By Golding Bird, M. D. London,
1839. Bischof, 10464, 0. Physical, chemical, and geological researches on the in
ternal heat of the globe. By Gustav Bischof. London, 1811. Boucher de Perthes, 10365, D. De la Création. Essai sur l'origine et la pro
gression des êtres. Par M. Boucher de Perthes. 5 tomes. Paris,
1841. Gift of the author. Brougham, 6674, D. Dissertations of subjects of science connected with
natural theology, being the concluding volumes of the new edition of
Paley's Work.By Henry Lord Brougham. 2 vols. London, 1839. Bucke, 7247, D. On the beauties, harmonies and sublimities of nature. By
Charles Bucke. Selected and revised by the Rev. Wm. P. Page.
New York, 1841 Burt, 6271, D. Observations on the curiosities of nature. By the late Wil
liam Burt, Esquire. London, 1836. Chadni, 10233, 0. Traité d'acoustique. Par E. F. F. Chladni. Paris, 1809. Curier, 10062, 0. Rapport historique sur les progrès des sciences naturelles
depuis 1789 et sur leur état actuel, rédigé par M. Cuvier. A Paris,
1827. 10064, 0. Discours sur les révolutions de la surface du globe, et sur
les changements qu'elles ont produits dans le règne animal, par M. le Baron G. Cuvier. 6 ed. A Paris, 1830.