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Anglo-Norman invasion; comprising an essay on the origin and uses of the Round Towers of Ireland. By George Petrie. Dublin, 1845. Ranlett, 2489, Q. The architect; a series of original designs for domestic and ornamental cottages and villas, connected with landscape gardening, adapted to the United States. By William H. Ranlett. 2 vols. New York, 1847. Rickman, 9316, O. An attempt to discriminate the styles of architecture in England, from the Conquest to the Reformation. By Thomas Rickman, F. S. A. Fourth edition. London, 1835. Robinson, 2363, Q. Designs for farm buildings. By P. F. Robinson. London, 1830. Ruskin, 12306, 0.1, & 9065, D. The seven lamps of architecture. By John Ruskin. London and New York, 1849. 12565, 0. The stones of Venice. By John Ruskin. 3 vols. London, 1851, &c. 12561, O. The same. Wol. 1. New York, 1851. 12693, 0.8, & 12644, O. 3. Notes on the construction of sheepfolds. By John Ruskin, A. M. New York and London, 1851. 10763, D. Lectures on architecture and painting, delivered at Edinburgh, in November, 1853. By John Ruskin. With illustrations. New York, 1854. Scott, 2386, Q. The border antiquities of England and Scotland, comprising specimens of the architecture, sculpture, and other vestiges of former ages. By Walter Scott, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1824. o Sloan, 1382, F. The model architect. A series of original designs for cottages, villas, suburban residences, &c. Accompanied by explanations, specifications, estimates and elaborate details. By Samuel Sloan, architect. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1853. Smeaton, 96.45, D. The builder's pocket companion, containing the elements of building, surveying and architecture, with practical rules and instructions connected with the subject. By A. C. Smeaton. Philadelphia, 1850. Smillie, 2495, Q. The rural cemeteries of America; illustrated in a series of views from drawings. By James Smillie. New York, 1847. Smith, 10387, D. Parks and pleasure grounds; or practical notes on country residences, villas, public parks and pleasure grounds. By Charles H. J. Smith. London, 1852. — 2471 & 2486, Q. Designs for monuments and mural tablets, adapted to rural cemeteries, churchyards, churches, and chapels. With a preliminary essay on the laying out, planting, and managing of cemeteries, and on the improvement of churchyards. On the basis of Loudon's work. By J. Jay Smith, one of the founders of Laurel Hill Cemetery. New York, 1846. Soane, 1191, F. Description of the house and museum, the residence of Sir John Soane. With graphic illustrations, and incidental details. (Only 150 copies printed; not published.) London, 1826. Gift of Sir John Soane. Thomas, 12023, O. The workingman's cottage architecture, containing plans, elevations, and details for the erection of cheap, comfortable and neat cottages. By T. Thomas, Jr. New York, 1848. Turner, 12535, 0. A glossary of terms used in Grecian, Roman, Italian and Gothic architecture. (By T. H. Turner.) 5th edition. 2 vols. in 3. Oxford, 1850. 12632, O. Some account of the domestic architecture of England, from the conquest to the end of the 13th century. With illustrations. By T. Hudson Turner. Oxford, 1851. — 12632, O. Wol. 2. Some account of the domestic architecture of England from Edward I. to Richard II. (14th century.) By the editor of the Glossary of architecture. Oxford, 1853. Tuthill, 11943, O. History of architecture from the earliest times, its present condition, with a biography of eminent architects, and a glossary. By Mrs. L. C. Tuthill. Philadelphia, 1848. Walter, 12085, O. 7. Final report of the building committee of the Girard College for Orphans. Also a report to the building committee by Thomas U. Walter, architect, and the address of Joseph R. Chandler. Philadelphia, 1848. Gift of Thomas U. Walter, Esq. 2469, Q. Two hundred designs for cottages and villas, &c., &c., original and selected. By Thomas U. Walter, architect of Girard College, and J. Jay Smith, Librarian of the Philadelphia and Loganian Libraries. Philadelphia, 1846. Wheeler, 9911, D. Rural homes; or sketches of houses suited to American country life, with original plans, designs, &c. By Gervase Wheeler. New York, 1851. Whewell, 9236, O. 2. Architectural notes on German churches. By the Rev. W. Whewell, A. M. Cambridge, 1835. Wightwick, 11846, O. Hints to young architects; together with a model specification. By George Wightwick, with additional notes by A. J. Downing. New York, 1847. Wilds, 99.24, O. Elementary and practical instructions on the art of building cottages and houses for the humbler classes. By William Wilds. London, 1835. Wilkinson, 12762, O. The architecture of Ancient Egypt; in which the columns are arranged in order and the temples classified : with remarks on the early progress of architecture, &c. With a folio volume of plates. By Sir Gardner Wilkinson. London, 1850. Willis, 9236, O. Remarks on the architecture of the middle ages, especially of Italy. By R. Willis, M.A., F. R. S. Cambridge, 1835. 1277, F. Report of the commissioners for improving the metropolis. Jan. 1844. London. 1273, F. 4. Bill for regulation of buildings. London. lso O. The antiquarian and architectural year book for 1844. London, 2577, Q. The American architect; comprising original designs of country residences, &c. New York, 1850. 12158, O. House-carpenter's book of prices and rules. Philadelphia, 1801. 2572, Q. Forty-four colored plates of household furniture. Paris.
Berlioz, 11375, O. Voyage musical en Allemagne et en Italie, par Hector Berlioz. 2 tomes. Paris, 1844. Chorley, 7139, D. Music and manners in France and Germany. By H. F. Chorley. 3 vols. London, 1841. Dubourg, 6359, D. The violin; being an account of that instrument, and its most eminent professors. By George Dubourg. London, 1836. Fetis, 10846, O. Biographie universelle des musiciens et bibliographie générale de la musique. Par F. I. Fetis. 8 tomes. Paris, 1835, &c. – 7809, D. La musique mise à la portée de toute le monde: exposé succincte de tout ce qui est nécessaire pour juger de cet art, et pour en *. sans l’avoir 6tudié, Par M. Fétis. Deuxieme edition. Paris, Gardiner, 9816, O. Music and friends; or pleasant recollections of a Dilettante. By William Gardiner. 3 vols. London, 1838, &c. 11978, O. Sights in Italy, with some account of the present state of music and the sister arts. By W. Gardiner. London, 1847. Handel, 6748, D. The sacred oratorios, as set to music. By Geo. F. Handel. 2 vols. London, 1799. Høyins, 6546, D. The philosophy of sound and history of music. By W. M. Higgins. London, 1838. Hogarth, 6199, D. Musical history, biography and criticism; being a general survey of music. By George Hogarth. London, 1836. Keisewetter, 11981, O. History of the modern music of Western Europe. By R. G. Keisewetter. London, 1848. Martin, 10919, 0. 6. Méthode de chirogymnaste, ou gymnase des doigts, par Martin, facteur de pianos. Paris, 1843. Marr, 13057, 0. The school of musical composition, practical and theoretical (with additional notes and a special preface for the English edition). By Dr. Adolph Bernhard Marx, professor of music at the University of Berlin. Translated from the 4th edition of the original German by Augustus Wehrhan. Vol. 1. London, 1852. Moore, 1319.2, O. Complete encyclopedia of music, elementary, technical, historical, biographical, vocal and instrumental. By John W. Moore. Boston, 1854. Murdock, 7976, D. Orthophony, or vocal culture in elocution. By James E. Murdock and William Russell. Boston, 1845. Nigeli, 9945, O. Worlesungen über Musik mit Werrücksichtigung der Dilettanten. Von George Nägeli. Stuttgard und Tübingen, 1826. North, 11798, O. Memoirs of musick. By the Hon. George North, AttorneyGeneral to James II. Edited by E. F. Rimbault. London, 1846. Raymond, 10234, O. Lettre à M. Willoteau, touchant ses vues sur le possibilité et l'utilité d'une théorie exact des principes naturels de la musique, par G. M. Raymond. Paris, 1811. 102450. Essai sur la détermination des bases physico-mathématiques de l'art musical, par G. M. Raymond. Paris, 1813. Stanhope,9354, O. Principles of the science of tuning instruments with fixed tones. By Charles Earl Stanhope. London, 1806. Scaby, 10131, D. 4. Philosophy of the opera. By Scricci (John Swaby). Philadelphia, 1852. Weber, 10603, O. Godfrey Weber's general music teacher, adapted to selfinstruction, both for teachers and learners; embracing also an extensive dictionary of musical terms. From the 3d German edition, with notes and additions. By James F. Warner. 2 vols. Boston, 1841. Woolhouse, 6132, D. Essay on musical intervals, harmonies, and the temrament of the musical scale. By W. S. B. Woolhouse. London, 835. 11048, D. 2. The words of a selection of sacred music performed at the Church of St. Augustine. Philadelphia, 1810. 1 11051, D. 21. Constitution of the Musical Fund Society. Philadelphia, S22. 10099, D. 2. Music, and the art of dress. Two essays from the Quarterly Review. London, 1852. 13159, O. 4. Charter and prospectus of the opera house; or American academy of music. Philadelphia, 1852. 13040, O. A collection of librettos of the following operas, viz: La Sonnambula, Don Pasquale, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, L'Elisire d'Amore, Lucrezia Borgia, Le Prophète, Semiramide, Medea in Corinto, Linda di Chamounix, Ernani, Fidelio, Der Freischütz, Gustave III. Cinderella, Otello, Il Prodigo, La Figlia del reggimento, and Massaniello, with an English version of each, and the music of the principal airs. Composed by Bellini, Donizetti, Rossini, Meyerbeer, Mayer, Verdi, Beethoven, Weber and Auber, and published by Davidson. London and New York, 1853, &c.
Note.—For other librettos of operas without music, see FRENCB, ITALIAN, and GERMAN DRAMA.
ARTS AND MANUFACTURES. GENERAL WORKS, DICTIONARIES.
Aikin, 7226, D. Illustrations of arts and manufactures. By Arthur Aikin. London, 1841. Antisell, 9631, D. (Putnam's home cyclopedia, vol. 3.) Handbook of the useful arts; including agriculture, architecture, domestic economy, engineering, machinery, manufactures, mining, photogenic and tele- graphic art. By T. Antisell, M. D. New York, 1852. Aviler, D', 2325, Q. Dictionnaire d'architecture civile et hydraulique, et des arts qui en dépendent. Par Augustin Charles D'Aviler. A Paris, 1755. Babbage, 2291, Q. A treatise on the manufactures and machinery of Great Britain. By Peter Barlow. (From the Encyclopedia Metropolitana.) London, 1836. Brande, 10618 & 10768, 0. A dictionary of science, literature and art. By W. T. Brande. 2 vols. London, 1842. Chevreul, 11255, D. The principles of harmony and contrast of colors, and - their applications to the arts. By M. E. Chevreul. Translated by C. Martel. London, 1854. Cooley, 11507 & 11999, O. A cyclopaedia of several thousand practical receipts, and collateral information in the arts, manufactures and trades, including medicine, pharmacy and domestic economy. By Arnold James Cooley. New York, 1845. London, 1845. Dodd, 11118, O. Days at the factories, or the manufacturing industry of Great Britain described and illustrated. By George Dodd. London, 1843. Dumas, 10107, O. See p. 1126. Eubank, 11020, D. The world a workshop; or the physical relations of man to the earth. By Thomas Ewbank. New York, 1855. Greeley, 10657, D. Art and industry as represented in the exhibition of industry at the crystal palace, New York, 1854; showing the progress and state of the various useful and esthetic pursuits. From the New York Tribune. Revised and edited by Horace Greely. New York, 1853. Hazen, 7.251, D. Popular technology; or professions and trades. By Edward Hazen, A. M. 2 vols. New York, 1841. Knapp, 11994, O. Chemical technology, or chemistry applied to the arts and to manufactures. By Dr. F. Knapp, edited by Ronalds and Richardson. London, 1848. Lardner, 12526, O. Popular lectures on science and art. By Dionysius Lardner. 2 vols. 12th edition. New York, 1850. Mitscherlich, 6530, D. Practical and experimental chemistry, adapted to arts and manufactures. By E. Mitscherlich. London, 1838. Parnell, 11871, O. Applied chemistry in manufactures, arts and domestic economy. Edited by Edward A. Parnell. 2 vols. London, 1844. Peltz, 9567, 0.5. Report of the select committee on the manufacturing districts of Pennsylvania. Mr. Peltz, chairman. Harrisburg, 1838. Prechtl, 9917, O. See p. 1068.
Silliman, 2635, Q. The world of science, art and industry, illustrated from examples in the New York exhibition, 1853–54. Edited by Prof. B. Silliman, Jr., and C. R. Goodrich, Esq.; aided by several scientific and literary men. With 500 illustrations, under the superintendence of C. E. Döplee, Esq. New York, 1854. Simpson, 12313, O. 2. Brief reports of lectures delivered to the workingclasses of Edinburgh. By James Simpson, Esq. Edinburgh, 1844. Gift of J. Jay Smith. Symons, 6668, D. Arts and artisans at home and abroad. By J. G. Symons. Edinburgh, 1839. Theophilus, 2429, Q. Théophile, Prêtre et Moine. Essai sur des divers arts. Paris, 1843. 11882, O. An essay upon various arts, in three books. By Theophilus, called also Rugerus, priest and monk, forming an encyclopaedia of Christian art of the eleventh century. Translated with notes, by Robert Hendrie. London, 1847. Ure, 13111, O. A dictionary of arts, manufactures and mines; containing a clear exposition of their principles and practice. By Andrew Ure, M. D. With 1600 woodcuts. From the 4th London edition. 2 vols. New York, 1853. — 9771, O. The same. 1st edition. London, 1839. — 11253, O. Recent improvements in arts, manufactures, and mines, being a supplement to his dictionary. By Andrew Ure, M. D. New York, 1845. 9057 & 9122, D. A history of wonderful inventions. New York and London, 1849. 23:37, Q. Bulletin de la société d'encouragement pour l'industrie rationale. 2 tomes. Paris, 1833. 1145, F. Digest of accounts of manufacturing establishments in the U. S., and of their manufactures, compiled from the census of 1810, and of 1820. Washington, 1811–1823. 7694, D. The United States practical receipt-book, or complete book of reference for the manufacturer, tradesman, agriculturist, or housekeeper. By a
Practical Chemist. Philadelphia, 1844.
ARTS OF WRITING, PRINTING, AND BOOKBINDING.
Adams, 6599, D. Typographia: a brief sketch of the origin, rise, and progress of the typographic art, with practical directions. By Thomas F. Adams. Philadelphia, 1837. Gift of the author. Arnett, 6367, D. Bibliopegia; or the art of bookbinding in all its branches. Illustrated with engravings. By J. A. Arnett. London, 1836. 6419, D. An inquiry into the nature and form of the books of the ancients. With a history of the art of bookbinding. By J. A. Arnett. London, 1837. De Vere, 10629, D. Comparative philology and a brief history of the art of writing. By M. Schele De Were. New York, 1853. Humphreys, 13055, O. The origin and progress of the art of writing; a connected narrative of the developments of the art, its primeval phases in Egypt, China, Mexico, &c.; its middle state in the cuneatic systems of Nineveh and Persepolis, to its introduction to Europe through the medium of the Hebrew, Phoenician and Greek systems, and its subsequent progress to the present day. By Henry Noel Humphreys. Illustrated. London, 1833.