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Olmsted. New York, 1839. Ramond, 2349, Q. Mémoires sur la formule barometrique de la mécanique

céleste, et les dispositions de l'atmosphère qui en modifient les pro

priétés. Par L. Ramond. A Clermont Ferrand, 1811. Redfield, 11002, 0. 6. Whirlwind storms; with a reply to the objections and

strictures of Dr. Hare. By W. C. Redfield. Gift of the author. Reichenbach, 12491, 0. Physico-physiological researches, or the dynamics

of magnetism, electricity, heat, light, crystallization, and chemism in their relations to vital force. By Baron Charles von Reichenbach. With preface, &c., by Jno. Ashburner, M. D. 2 vols. London, 1850.

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By Lieut. Colonel W. Reid. London, 1838. 12413, 0. The progress of the development of the law of storms, &c.

By Lt. Col. W. Reid. London, 1819. Sabine, 2105, Q. Observations on days of unusual magnetic disturbance,

made at the British colonial magnetic observatories. Printed by the British government under the superintendence of Lieutenant-Colonel

E. Sabine. London, 1843. Scoresby, 11090, 0. Magnetical investigations. By the Rev. William Scores

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Washington, 1852. Smee, 12181, 0. Instinct and reason deduced from electro-biology. By Alfred

Smee. London, 1840. Stevenson, 11903, 0. 12. Most important errors in chemistry, electricity, and

magnetism pointed out and refuted. By W. F. Stevenson. London,

1847. Thomson, 12303, 0. 1. Introduction to meteorology. By D. P. Thomson, M.

D. London, 1849. Van Beek, 10245, 0. 2. De l'influence que la fer des vaisseaux exerce sur la

boussole, par M. A. Van Beek, traduit du Hollandais. Paris, 1826. Véne, 102+5, 0. 5. Essai sur une nouvelle théorie de l'électricité, par A. Véne.

Arras. Wilson, 10289, D. 1. Electricity and the electric telegraph : together with the

chemistry of the stars; an argument touching the stars and their in

habitants. By George Wilson, M. D. London, 1852. Woodcrofi, 2593, Q. The Pneumatics of Hero, of Alexandria, from the

original Greek. Translated and edited by Bennet Woodcroft. Lon

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12315, 0. 6. Report on the great rain storm. Chester, 1844. 9920, D. 7. A story of the great snow storm of 1717.

11787, 0.1, Early magnetism in its higher relations to humanity, as veiled in the poets and the prophets. London, 1846.

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CHEMISTRY.

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an explanation of the mode in which it operates. By C. Averill, A.

M. Schenectady, 1832. Bache, 12607, 0. 6. Introductory lecture on chemistry. By Franklin Bache,

M. D. Philadelphia, 1841. Bachhoffer, 9610, 0. Chemistry, as applied to the fine arts. By George H.

Bach hoffer. London, 1837.
Berzélius, 10098, 0. De l'emploi du chalumeau dans les analyses chimiques

et les determinationes minéralogiques. Par M. Berzelius, traduit par
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10097, 0. Chimie du fer, d'aprés Berzélius, traduit par le Cheva-
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10241, 0. De l'analyse des corps inorganiques, par J. J. Berzélius,
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J. Berzélius. 2e Année. Paris, 1812.
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chemical arts. By Prof. James C. Booth, and Campbell Morfit.

Washington, 1852. Gift of the Smithsonian Institution. 12383, 0. The encyclopædia of chemistry. By James C. Booth,

assisted by Campbell Morfit. Philadelphia, 1850. Boussingault, 11609, 0. & 7901, D. Rural economy, in its relations with

chemistry, physics, and meteorology, or chemistry applied to agriculture. By J. B. Boussingault. Translated by George Law. London

and New York, 1845. Bowman, 8956, D. An introduction to practical chemistry, including analysis.

By John E. Bowman. Philadelphia, 1849. Boyé, 12315, 0. 17. On the composition of the Schuylkill water. By Martin

H. Boyé, M. D. Brande, 12041, 0. A manual of chemistry. By William Thomas Brande.

3 vols. London, 1848. Breed, 13004, 0. Principles of organic and physiological chemistry. By Dr.

Carl Löwig. Translated by Daniel Breed, M. D. Philadelphia,

1853. Cavendish, 12990, O. The life of the Hon. Henry Cavendish, including ab

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water. By George Wilson, M. D. London, 1851. Chaptal, 10108, 0. Chimie appliquée à l'agriculture. Par M. le Compte

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cologie, rédigé par MM. Chevalier, Guibourt, &c. Paris, 1832. Chevreul, 10075, 0. Leçons de chimie appliquée à la teinture. Par M. E.

Chevreul. 2 vols. Paris, 1829. Despretz, 10018, 0. Elémens de chimie théorique et pratique. Par C. Des

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&c., of all inorganic substances. By G. Francis, F. L. S. New

edition. Philadelphia, 1850. Fresenius, 8018, D. Nouvelle méthode pour reconnaitre et pour determiner le

titre veritable des potasses, &c. Par le Dr. R. Fresenius et le Dr. F. C. Will. Paris, 1845.

7696, D. Elementary instruction in chemical analysis. By Dr. C. R. Fresenius. With a preface by Professor Liebig. Edited by J.

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10090, 0. Annales de chimie et de physique, par MM. GayLussac et Arago. 5 tom. Paris, 1832, 1833.

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Paris, 1826. Griffiths, 7381, D. Chemistry of the four elements, fire, air, earth, and water.

By Thomas Griffiths. London, 1842. Hare, 2498, Q. vol. 2, 7. On the explosiveness of nitre. By Dr. Robert

Hare. Smithsonian Institution. Washington, 1851. Hofer, 10914, 0. Histoire de la Chimie depuis les temps les plus recules

jusqu'à notre epoque. Par le Dr. F. Hæffer. Tome première. A

Paris, 1842.
Johnston, 11190, 0. & 7256, D. Lectures on agricultural chemistry and geo-

logy. By Jas. F. W. Johnston, M. A. New York, 1842, Edin-
burgh, 1844.
7352 & 7377, D. Elements of agricultural chemistry and geology.
By J. F. Joboston. New York and London, 1842.
10932, D. The chemistry of common life. By James F. W. John-

ston. Woodcuts. New York, 1854. Kane, 10767, 0. Elements of chemistry, including the most recent discoveries

and applications of the science to medicine and pharmacy, and to the arts. By Robert Kane, M. D. An American edition.

By John Wm. Draper, M. D. New York, 1842. Kropp, 11994, 0. Chemical technology; or chemistry applied to the arts and

to manufactures. By Dr. F. Knapp. Edited by Ronalds and Rich

ardson. 2 vols. London, 1848. Labarrague, 10324, 0. 4. Instructions and observations concerning the use

of the chlorides of soda and lime. By A. G. Labarraque. Translated by Jacob Porter. 2d edition. New Haven, 1831. Gift of

Jno. J. Smith, Jr. Lassaigne, 10100, 0. Abrége élémentaire de chimie, considérée comme science

accessoire l'étude de la médecine, de la pharmacie et de l'histoire

naturelle. Par L. Lassaigne. 2 vols. et Atlas. Paris, 1822. Laugier, 10105, 0. Cours de chimie générale. Par M. Laugier. 3 vols.

Paris, 1829. Liebig, 10590, O. & 7119, D. Organic chemistry in its application to agri

culture and physiology. By Justus Liebig, M. D. &c. Edited by Lyon Playfair. London, 1842. First American edition with an in. troduction and appendix. By John W. Webster, M. D. Cambridge,

10637, 0. & 7406, D. Animal chemistry, or organic chemistry in its

application to physiology and pathology. By Justus Liebig. Edited by Wm. Gregory, M. D., &c. With notes by Drs. Gregory and

Webster. London and Cambridge, 1812. Liebig, 10590, 0. & 7119, D. Chemistry in its applications to agriculture and

physiology. By Justus Liebig, M. D., etc. Edited from the MS. of the author, by Lyon Playfair. 2d edition. London, 1842.

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7615, D. Familiar letters on chemistry and its relations to commerce,
physiology, and agriculture. By Justus Liebig, M. D., etc. Edited
by John Gardner, M. D. New York, 1843.
7854, D. 2. Familiar letters on chemistry, 2d series. By Justus

Liebig. Edited by John Gardner, M. D. London, 1844.
11871, 0. 2. Researches on the chemistry of food. By Justus Liebig.

Elited by W. Gregory. London, 1847.
12406, 0.' Annual report of the progress of chemistry and the allied

sciences. By Justus Liebig, M. D., and H. Kopp. 3 vols. London, 1819, &c. 12399, 0. Professor Liebig's complete works on chemistry. Phila

delphia, 1850. 8946, D. Chemistry in its applications to agriculture and physiology.

By Justus Liebig, M. D. Edited by Playfair and Gregory. New

York, 1817. Low, 11101, 0. An inquiry into the nature of the simple bodies of chemistry.

By David Low. London, 1844. Löwig, 13004, 0. Principles of organic and physiological chemistry. By

Dr. Carl Löwig. Translated by Daniel Breed, M. D. Philadelphia,

1853. Mease, 9565, 0. 6. On spontaneous combustion. By James Mease, M. D.

New Haven, 1837. Gift of the author. Metcalfe, 11114, 0. Caloric; its mechanical, chemical, and vital agencies in

the phenomena of nature. By Dr. S. L. Metcalfe. 2 vols. London,

1813. Mitscherlich, 6530, D. Practical and experimental chemistry, adapted to arts

and manufactures. By E. Mitscherlich. London, 1838. Morfit, 11907, 0. Chemistry applied to the manufacture of soap and candles.

By Campbell Morfit. Philadelphia, 1847. 12102, 0. Chemical pharmaceutic manipulations. By Campbell Morfit,

assisted by Alex. Muckle. Philadelphia, 1849.

13157, 0. 3, & 12383, 0. See Booth, supra, page 1126. Morton, 13032, 0. 1. Thirty-second congress-1st session. Wm. T. G.

Morton, M. D. Sulphuric ether. Washington, 1852. Gift of Dr.

Morton. Orfila, 10102, 0. Eléments de chimie appliquée à la médecine et aux arts.

Par M. Orfila. 5th edition. 2 vols. Paris, 1831. Parnell, 11077 & 11871, 0. Applied chemistry, in manufactures, arts, and

domestic economy. Edited by Edward Andrew Parnell. New York,

1814. Pauquy, 10078, 0. 2. Nouvelle méthode naturelle chimique, ou disposition de

corps simples et composes, propre a rendre l'étude de cette science

plus facile. Par Ch. Pauquy. Paris, 1828. Peclet, 2315, Q. Cours de chimie. "Par E. Peclet. Marseilles, 1823. Petzholdt, 7818, D. 2. Lectures to farmers on agricultural chemistry. By

Alexander Petzholdt. London, 1844. Riffault, 6886, D. Manuel de chimie, ou précis élémentaire de cette science

suivi d'un dictionnaire, par M. Riffault; par A. D. Vergnaud. Paris,

Rigg, 7705, D. Experimental researches, chemical and agricultural, showing

carbon to be a compound body, made by plants and decomposed by

putrefaction. By Robert Rigg, F. R. S. London, 1844. Rodgers, 8977, D. Scientific agriculture, or the elements of chemistry, geology,

&c., applied to practical agriculture. By M. M. Rodgers, M. D.

Rochester, 1848. Rose, 10373, 0. A manual of analytical chemistry. By Henry Rose. From

the German. London, 1831. Silliman, 8425, D. First principles of chemistry for the use of colleges and

schools. By B. Silliman, Jr. Philadelphia, 1847. Simon, 11509, 0. Animal chemistry, with reference to the physiology and

pathology of man. By Dr. J. Franz Simon. Translated and edited

by George E. Day. Philadelphia, 1845. Solly, 7609, D. Roral chemistry. By E. Solly. London, 1843.

12386, O. Syllabus of a complete course of lectures on chemistry, in

cluding its application to the arts, agriculture, and mining. By E.

Solly. Philadelphia, 1850. Squarey, 10594, 0, & 7351, D. A popular treatise on agricultural chemistry.

By Charles Squarey, chemist. London, 1812. Philadelphia, 1844. Stevenson, 11903, 0. 12. Most important errors in chemistry, electricity, and

magnetisin pointed out and refuted. By W. F. Stevenson. Lon

don, 1847. Thénard, 10104, 0. Traité de chimie élémentaire, théorique et pratique, par

M. le Baron L. J. Thénard. 5th edition. 5 vols. A Bruxelles, 1827. Torones, 7766, D. Chemistry as exemplifying the wisdom and beneficence of

God. By George Townes. New York, 1814. Trimmer, 7376, D. Practical chemistry for farmers and land owners. By J.

Trimmer. London, 1842. Ure, 9291, 0. A dictionary of chemistry and mineralogy. By Andrew Ure,

M. D. London, 1831. Watt, 11806, 0. Correspondence of the late James Watt, on his discovery of

the theory of the composition of water, with a letter from his son.

Edited by J. P. Muirhead. London, 1846. Wilson, 12990, 0. The life of the Hon. Henry Cavendish, including abstracts

of his more important scientific papers, and a critical inquiry into the claims of all the alleged discoverers of the composition of water.

By George Wilson, M. D. London, 1851. 1217, F. Traité de chimie.

NATURAL HISTORY. GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS.

Anderson, 9781, D. The course of creation : by John Anderson, D. D. Cin

cinnati, 1851. Bailey, 2498, Q. vol. 2, 8. Microscopical observations in South Carolina, &c.

By Prof. J. W. Bailey. Smithsonian Institution. Washington, 1851. Broderip, 10088, D. Leaves from the note-book of a naturalist. By W. J.

Broderip, Esq. London, 1852. Darwin, 8273, D. Journal of researches into the natural history and geo

logy of the countries visited during the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle round the world, under the command of Captain Fitz Roy, R. N. By

Charles Darwin. 2 vols. New York, 1846. Edwards, 7550, D. Cours élémentaire d'histoire naturelle a l'usages des col

leges et des maisons d'éducation. Par M. Milne Edwards. A de

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