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12702, 0. 6. Almanac for the year 1386, from the original MSS. in black letter ; illustrative of the astronomy, astrology, &c. of that day. London, 1812.
11090, D. The court and city kalendar Containing Rider's almanack, lists of parliament, court and city register, and lists of the army and navy, for the years 1762, 1763, 1764, and 1765. 4 vols. London, 1764, &c. (For other years, see p. 603.)
11091, D. The royal kalendar, or annual register for 1767, 1770, 1783, and 1787. 4 vols. London.
9767, D. The British almanac and Glasgow register for 1807. Edinburgh, 1807.
13416, 0. 4. The nautical almanac and astronomical ephemeris for the year 1812. London, 1807.
12170, 0. Times telescope for 1825, or a complete guide to the almanac. London, 1825.
8133, D. 3. The Eton calendar for 1845–6. Eton, 1845. 9109, D. The Cambridge University calendar for 1849. Cambridge, 1849.
9767, D. The British almanac and companion of the society for the diffusion of useful knowledge for 1851, 1852, &c. to the present time. 5 vols. London.
11168, D. The United States register for the year 1795. Philadelphia, 1794.
11166, D. The Quebec almanac for 1828. Quebec.
5793, D. American almanac, 1830 to 1855. 26 vols. Boston, 1830 to the present time.
7914, D. The same, for the year 1845. Boston, 1814. 7641, D. The United States almanac; or complete ephemeris for 1844. Philadelphia, 1844.
10130, D. 4 & 5, & 10790, D. 6. The Baptist almanac for 1851, 1852, and 1854. Philadelphia, 1851, &c.
13021, 0. The American ephemeris and nautical almanac for the year 1855. Published by authority of the Secretary of the Navy. Washington, 1852, &c. to the present time.
OPTICS, LIGHT, VISION, ETC.
Brewster, 6469, D. A treatise on the microscope. By Sir David Brewster.
Edinburgh, 1837. Cooper, 11966, 0. Identities of light and heat, of caloric and electricity. By
C. Campbell Cooper, M. D. Philadelphia, 1848. Hunt, 11174, 0. Researches on light. By Robert Hunt. London, 1844. Kyan, 9636, 0). On the elements of light and their identity with those of
matter, radiant and fixed. By John Howard Kyan. London, 1838. Powell, 10493, 0. 2. A general and elementary view of the undulatory theory
as applied to the dispersion of light, and some other subjects. By
the Rev. Baden Powell. London, 1841. Quekett, 12112, 0. A practical treatise on the use of the microscope. By
John Quekett. London, 1848. Reveillé-Parise, 8019, D. See p. 1157. Sichel, 12445, 0. Spectacles: their uses and abuses in long and short-sighted
ness. By J. Sichel, M. D. Boston, 1850. Walker, 6462, D. The philosophy of the eye. By John Walker. London,
10116, 0. Analyse de la lumière déduite des lois mécaniques. Paris, 1826.
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M. Higgins. London, 1838. Lardner, 9866, D. Handbook of natural philosophy (including sound). By
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Allston, 9421, D. Lectures on art, and poems. By Washington Allston.
Edited by R. H. Dana, Jr. New York, 1850. Bachhoffer, 9610, 0. Chemistry, as applied to the fine arts. By George H.
Bach hoffer. London, 1837. Bell, 11651, 0. The anatomy and philosophy of expression as connected
with the fine arts. By Sir Charles Bell, K. H. 3d edition. London
1844. Chapman, 2536, Q. The elements of art; a manual for the amateur, and
basis of study for the professional artist. By J. G. Chapman. Lon
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the fourth century to its restoration in the sixteenth. Translated from the French of Seroux D’Agincourt in three thousand three hundred and thirty-five subjects, or three hundred and twenty-eight
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means of imitation in the fine arts. From the French of M. Q. de
Quincy, by J. C. Kent. London, 1837. Eastlake, 12059, 0. Contributions to the literature of the fine arts. By C.
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art. By James Ferguson. London, 1849. Fortoul, 10699, 0. De l'art en Allemagne. Par H. Fortoul. 2 tom. Paris,
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9th to the 19th century; with a glance at the artistic works classical antiquity and concluding considerations on the probable influence of the great exhibition, &c. By Henry Noel Humphreys.
London, 1852. Huntingdon, 9635, D. A general view of the fine arts, critical and historical.
With an introduction by D. Huntingdon. New York, 1851. Lessing, 9430, 0. Laocoon, or the limits of poetry and painting. Translated
from the German of Lessing. By William Ross. London, 1836. Lossing, 6913, D. Outline history of the fine arts. By Benson J. Lossing.
New York, 1840. Vacvicar, 9582, 0. On the beautiful, the picturesque, the sublime. By the
Rev. J. G. Macvicar, M. A. London, 1837. Merrifield, 13135, 0. Dress as a fine art. With suggestions on children's
dress. _By Mrs. Merrifield. With an introduction on headdress. By
Prof. Fairholt. Boston, 1854. Vilizia, 10279, 0. Opere complete di Francesco Milizia risguardanti le belle
arte. 6 vols. Bologna, 1826–1827. Verton, 12614, 0. 2. On the method of the study of ancient art. By Charles
Newton, Esq., M. A. Oxford, 1850. Price, 10801, 0. Sir Uvedale Price on the picturesque. With an essay on the
origin of taste, and much original matter. By Sir Thomas Dick
Lauder, Bart. Edinburgh, 1872. Reynolds, 8413, D. 2. Discourses delivered to the students of the Royal
Academy. By Sir Joshua Reynolds, President. London, 1839. Ripley, 9631, D. (Putnam's home cyclopedia, vol. 2.) Handbook of literature
and the fine arts; comprising complete and accurate definitions of all terms employed in belles lettres, philosophy, theology, law, mythology, painting, music, sculpture, architecture, and all kindred arts. Compiled and arranged by George Ripley and Bayard Taylor. New
York, 1852. Rochette, 11257, D. Lectures on ancient art. By Raoul Rochette. London,
1854. Spooner, 10635, D. Anecdotes of painters, engravers, sculptors, and archi
tects, and curiosities of art. By Shearjashub Spooner, M. D. 3
vols. New York, 1853. Stirling, 12051, 0. Annals of the artists of Spain. By Wm. Stirling, M. A.
3 vols. London, 1848. Taylor, 7145, D. The origin, progress and present condition of the fine arts
in Britain and Ireland. By W. S. Taylor. 2 vols. London, 1841. Theophilus, 2429, Q. Théophile, Prêtre et Moine. Essai sur des divers arts.
11882, 0. An essay upon various arts, in three books. By Theophilus, called also Rugerus, priest and monk, forming an encyclopædia of Christian art of the eleventh century. Translated with notes, by
Robert Hendrie. London, 1847. Tuckerman, 8658, D. Artist life, or sketches of American painters. By
Henry T. Tuckerman. New York, 1847. Waagen, 6526, D. Works of art and artists in England. By G. F. Waagen.
3 vols. London, 1838. Wallace, 10931, D. Art, scenery and philosophy in Europe. Being frag
ments from the portfolio of the late Horace Binney Wallace, Esquire. Philadelphia, 1855.
10822, D. The fine arts' courts in the Crystal Palace (of 1854). First series. Northwest side. 1. The Egyptian Court. 2. The Greek Court. 3. An apology for coloring the Greek Court. 4. The Roman Court. 5. The Alhambra Court. 6. The Nineveh Court. London, 1854.
10823, D. The fine arts' courts in the Crystal Palace. 2d series. Northeast side. 1. The Italian Court. 2. The Renaissance Court. 3. The Mediæval Court. 4. The Byzantine Court. 5. A catalogue of modern sculpture. London, 1854.
6448, D. Remarks on ancient and modern art, in a series of essays. By an amateur. London, 1837.
ARTS OF DESIGN, PERSPECTIVE, PAINTING, ENGRAVING,
Billings, 2550, Q. 1. See p. 1168.
1837. Burtin, 11461, 0. Treatise on the knowledge necessary to amateurs in pic
tures. Translated and abridged from the French of M. François
Xavier de Burtin. By Robert White, Esq. London, 1845. Calcott, 6277, D. Essays towards the history of painting. By Mrs. Caleott.
London, 1836. Carey, 10324, 0. 6. National and commercial utility and profit of the arts of
design. By Wm. Carey. Philadelphia, 1838. 13356, 0. Ridolfi's critical letters on the style of Wm. Etty, Esq., R.
A., &c. By William Carey. Nottingham, 1833. Gift of Isaac
Lea, Esq. Chatto, 1379, F. The history and art of wood-engraving. By William A.
Chatto. With specimens from the Illustrated London News. Lon
don, 1848. C'hevreul, 10075, 0. Leçons de chimie appliquée à la teinture. Par M. E.
Chevreul. 2 vols. Paris, 1829. Daguerre, 6719, D. History and practice of photogenic drawing, on the true
principles of the daguerreotype. By the inventor, L. J. M. Daguerre.
Second edition. London, 1839. Eastlake, 11881, 0. Materials for a history of oil painting. By Charles Lock
Eastlake. London, 1847. Edwards, 1240, F. The Napoleon medals. Engraved by the process of
Achilles Collas. Edited by Edward Edwards. London, 1827. Fau, 12420, 0. The anatomy of the external forms of man ; intended for
the use of artists, painters, and sculptors. By Dr. J. Fau, and
Robert Knox, M. D. London, 1849. With a quarto vol. of plates. Field, 2388, Q. An essay on the analogy and harmony of colors. By George
Field. London, 1817. Gift of the author. 10762, & 10538, 0. Chromatography; or a treatise on colors and pig
ments, and of their powers in painting. By George Field. New
edition, improved. London, 1841. Gift of the author. Fielding, 8679, D. The knowledge and restoration of old paintings. By T.
H. Fielding. London, 1847. Goethe, 10537, 0. Goethe's theory of colors. Translated from the German ;
with notes. By Charles L. Eastlake. London, 1840.
Haydon, 11245, 0. Lectures on painting and design. By B. R. Haydon.
2 vols. London, 1844. Head, 8767, D. A handbook of the bistory of the Spanish and French schools
of painting. By Sir E. Head. London, 1848. Howard, 8872, D. A course of lectures on painting. By H. Howard. Lon
don, 1848. Hundertpfund, 9013, D. The art of painting restored to its simplest and
surest principles. From the German of Libertad Hundertpfund.
London, 1849. Jackson, 9864, 0. A treatise on wood engraving, bistorical and practical. With
illustrations. By John Jackson. London, 1839. Kugler, 7338, D. A handbook of the history of painting. By Dr. Franz
Kugler. 2 vols. Vol. 1. The Italian schools of painting. Edited by C. L. Eastlake. Vol. 2. The German, Flemish, and Dutch
schools. Edited by Sir Edmund Head. London, 1842 and 1846. Lanzi, 9027, D. Lanzi's luminaries of painting. By the Rev. G. W. D.
Evans. London, 1848. Laurent, 10061, 0. Théorie de la peinture. Par M. Paul Laurent. A Paris,
1827. Lee, 10638, D. Familiar sketches of sculpture and sculptors. By the author
of “Three experiments in living, &c.” (H. F. Lee.) 2 vols. Bos
ton, 1851. Merrifield, 12200, 0. Original treatises dating from the 12th to the 18th cen
turies, on the arts of painting in oil, ininiature, mosaic and on glass; of gilding, dyeing, and the preparation of colors, and artificial gems.
By Mrs. Merrifield. 2 vols. London, 1849. Opie, 8443, D. 1. Lectures on painting, delivered at the Royal Academy of
Arts, London. By John Opie. Portrait. Thoughts on the present state of the fine arts in Great Britain. By J. Kennedy. London,
1839. Penot, 6885, D. Manuel du dessinateur, ou traité complet du dessin, par A.
M. Penot. Paris, 1829. Ruskin, 12756, 0. 5. Pre-Raphaelitism. By Jno. Ruskin, author of “Modern
Painters." London, 1851. 11755, 0. & 8800, D. Modern painters. By a graduate of Oxford
(John Ruskin). 2 vols. New York, 1847. 10763, D. Lectures on architecture, painting, &c. By John Ruskin.
New York, 1854. Smee, 8052, D. Manuels-Roret. Nouveau manuel complet de Galvanoplastie.
Par M. Smee. Suivre d'un traité de Daguerreotypie. Par E. de
Valicourt. Paris, 1845. Spencer, 11002, O. 14. Vindication of claims to certain inventions and im
provements in the graphic art. By Asa Spencer. Twining, 2623, Q. The elements of picturesque scenery; or studies of nature
made in travel, with a view to improvement in landscape painting.
treatise. By Henry Twining. London, 1849. Vinci, 2326, Q. Tratto della pittura di Leonardo da Vinci et disegni che illus
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8284, D. Handbook of young artists and amateurs in oil painting. By an American artist. New York, 1845.