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Stephens, 13060, 0. The book of the farm. By Henry Stephens, F. R. S. E.

2d edition. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1852. Stimson, 12512, 0. 5. Practical husbandry. An address before the Saratoga

Co. Agricultural Society. By Earl Stimson, Esq. Ballston Spa,

1823. Stuart, 12686, 0. 6. Addresss before the Hartford County Agricultural

Society, by Hon. J. W. Stuart. Together with the reports of the

committees, and the transactions of the society. Hartford, Ct., 1845. Teschemacher, 12682, 0. 8. Essay on guano; describing its properties and

the best methods of its application in agriculture and horticulture ; with the value of importations from different localities. By J. E.

Teschemacher. Boston, 1845. Tessier, 10247, 0. 6. Réflexions relatives à l'influence que l'établissement

rural de Rambouillet a eue et peut avoir encore sur l'amélioration des laines et de l'agriculture en France. Par M. Tessier. Paris,

1829. Thaëi, 11266, 0. The principles of agriculture, by Albert D. Thaëi. Trans

lated by W. Shaw and C. W. Johnson. 2 vols. London, 1814. Thorpe, 12687, 0. 5. Proceedings of the Agriculturalists' and Mechanics'

Association of Louisiana, containing the address of T. B. Thorpe, with detailed reports on sugar, cotton, tobacco, &c. &c. New Orleans,

1846. Trimmer, 7376, D. Practical chemistry for farmers and land-owners. By J.

Trimmer. London, 1842.
Trowell, 12355, 0. A new treatise of husbandry and gardening.

By Samuel
Trowell. London, 1739.
Wailes, 13287, 0. Report on the agriculture and geology of Mississippi. By

B. L. C. Wailes. Philadelphia, 1854. Walker, 12692, 0. Transactions of the Agricultural Societies of the Com.

monwealth of Massachusetts for the years 1850 and 1851. Compiled from the original returns by Amasa Walker, Sec'y of the Common

wealth. 2 vols. Boston, 1851 and 1852. Gift of Hon. Geo. Livermore. Ward, 10826, 0. The growth of plants in closely glazed cases. By N. B.

Ward, F. L. S. London, 1842. Warnes, 11785, 0. On the cultivation of flax; the fattening cattle with native

produce; box-feeding; and summer grazing. By John Warnes, Esq.

London, 1846. Washington, 2477, Q. Letters on agriculture, from his Excellency George

Washington, to Arthur Young and Sir John Sinclair. Edited by

Franklin Knight. Washington, 1847. Wason, 11903, 0. 1. Letter on waste land. By Rigby Wason, Esq. Edin

burgh, 1847. Whitely, 11050, 0. The application of geology to agriculture, and to the im

provement and valuation of land. By Nicholas Whitely. London,

1843. Willis, 10936, D. Out-doors at Idlewild; or the shaping of a home on the

banks of the Hudson. By N. P. Willis. New York, 1855. Wilson, 12103, 0. The rural cyclopedia, or a general dictionary of agricul .

ture, and of the arts, sciences, instruments, and practice, necessary to the farmer, gardener, &c. By Rev. Jno. M. Wilson. 4 vols.

London, 1818, &c. Wray, 12070, 0. The practical sugar planter. By L. Wray. London, 1848.

10247, 0. 7. Rapports faites à la Société royale et centrale d'agriculture. Paris, 1832, &c.

10736, O. 2, & 10920, 0.6. Discours de M. le Ministre de l'agriculture et du commerce. Paris, 1839.

10247, 0. 4. Sur le pommier, et sur une nouvelle variété. Caen, 1826. 1297, F. Specimen sheets of the “choice fruits of France," &c. Paris.

10388, 0. Library of useful knowledge. British husbandry, exhibiting the farming practice in various parts of the United Kingdom. 2 vols. London, 1834.

10474, 0. Library of useful knowledge. Husbandry, vol. 3, comprising reports of select farms; outlines of Flemish husbandry; useful and ornamental planting; road-making; cottage economy. London, 1840.

10987, D. Talpa : or the chronicles of a clay farm. An agricultural fragment. By C. W. H. Ridentem dicere verum. London, 1852.

8597, D. The farmer's friend; a record of recent discoveries, &c., in agriculture. London, 1847.

11585, 0. Annals of horticulture, and year book of information on practical gardening. 2 vols. London, 1846 and 1850.

12229, 0. The journal of agriculture; July, 1847, to the present time. N. S. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1847, &c.

7741, D. The complete florist: a manual of gardening; with additions, adapted to the climate of the United States. Philadelphia, 1844.

12689, 0. Report on the insects of Massachusetts injurious to vegetation. Cambridge, 1841.

12682, 6. 7, 12315, O. 15, & 13161, 0. 1. Guano, its origin, properties and uses, showing its importance; with directions for using it. 2d edition. New York, 1845.

12692, 0. Transactions of the agricultural societies of Massachusetts, for the years 1847, 1848, 1819, 1850, 1851, 1852, and 1853. Compiled from the original returns, by William B. Calhoun, Secretary of the Commonwealth, and by Amasa Walker, and C. L. Flint, Secretaries of the Board of Agriculture. Together with the first and second annual reports of the Secretary of the Board. 7 vols. Boston, 1848, &c. to the present time. Gift of the respective Secretaries.

12929, 0. Transactions of the New York State Agricultural Society, together with an abstract of the proceedings of the county agricultural societies, for the years 1842, 1843, 1844, 1845, 1846, 1847, 1848, 1849, 1850, 1851, 1852 and 1853. 12 vols. Albany, 1842, &c. Gift of the Society.

12686, 0. 5. Transactions of the Madison County Agricultural Society for 1842, '3, '4 and '5; together with an abstract of the census of 1845, &c.

12684, 0. 10. Report of the committee on horticulture in conjunction with the Agricultural Board of the American Institute. New York, 1845.

13161, 0. 3. Proceedings of the second session of the American pomologi. cal congress. Philadelphia, 1852.

13176, 0. First annual report of the transactions of the Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society. Harrisburg, 1854. Gift of W. C. Patterson, Esq.

13196, 0. 9. Minutes of the Philadelphia Society for the promotion of agriculture, from its institution in 1785 to 1810. Philadelphia, 1854.

11009, 0. 2. Constitution and by-laws of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. Philadelphia, 1840.

10325, 0. 10. Transactions of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. Philadelphia, 1839.

Note.--For a list of the works treating specially of Landscape Gardening, see that head in the Index.

See also BOTANY, p. 1139.

TREATISES ON HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, POULTRY, &c.-THE

VETERINARY ART, FARRIERY.

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Allen, 8688, D. Domestic animals. History and description of the horse,

mule, cattle, sheep, swine, poultry and farm dogs. By R. L. Allen.

New York, 1848. Bement, 7869, D. The American poulterer's companion. By C. N. Bement.

New York, 1845. Bischoff, 10632, D. See p. 1191. Blaine, 13613,0. Blaine's outlines of the veterinary art; or, a treatise on

the anatomy, physiology, and curative treatment of the diseases of the horse, and subordinately of those of neat cattle and sheep. 6th

edition. Revised by Edward Maybew. Plates. London, 1854. Browne, 9359, D. The American poultry-yard. By D. J. Browne. With an

appendix, by Samuel Allen. New York, 1850. Burnham, 11092, D. The history of the ben fever; a humorous record. By

Geo. P. Burnham. Boston, 1855. Cock, 7566, D. The American poultry book. By Micajah R. Cock. New

York, 1843. Desaive, 10901, 0. Les animaux domestiques, considérés sous le rapport de

leur conservation, de leur amelioration, et de la guérison de leurs

maladies. Par Max. Desaive, de Liége. A Liége, 1842. Dixon, 9871, D. The dovecote and the aviary; being sketches of pigeons and

other domestic birds, with hints for their management. By the Rev.

E. S. Dixon, M. A. London, 1851. Low, 11599, 0. On the domesticated animals of the British Islands. By

David Low. London, 1845. Mayhew, 10835, D. Dogs; their management. Being a new plan of treating

the animal, based upon a consideration of his natural temperament.

By Edward Mayhew. Wood-cuts. London, 1854. Morrell, 8101 & 9900, D. The American shepherd; being a history of the

sheep, with their breeds, management, and diseases. Illustrated with portraits of different breeds of sheep, barns, sheds, &c. By L. A.

Morrell. New York, 1845 and 1846. Mudie, 6986, D. Domesticated animals. By R. Mudie. Winchester. Springfield, 8569, D. The horse and his rider; or sketches and anecdotes of

the noble quadruped and equestrian nations. By Rollo Springfield.

New York, 1847. Stewart, 6623, D. Stable economy; a treatise on the management of horses.

By John Stewart. 2d edition. London, 1838. Tessier, 10247, 0. 6. Réflexions relatives à l'influence que l'établissement

rural de Rambouillet a eue et peut avoir encore sur l'amélioration des

laines et de l'agriculture en France. Par M. Tessier. Paris, 1829. Thomson, 8400 & 8480, D. Experimental researches on the food of animals,

and the fattening of cattle, with remarks on the food of man. Based upon experiments undertaken by order of the British government.

By Robert Dundas Thomson, M. D. New York and London, 1846. Warnes, 11785, 0. On the cultivation of flax; the fattening cattle with native

produce; box feeding; and summer grazing. By John Warnes, Esq.

London, 1846. Youatt, 7740, D.' Every man his own cattle doctor. By Clatter, Youаtt &

Skinner. Philadelphia, 1844. 11789, 0. The horse, by William Youatt; and an essay on the ass

and the mule, by J. S. Skinner. Philadelphia, 1846. 8573, D. Thé pig; a treatise on the breeds, &c., &c. By William Youatt and W. Harvey. Philadelphia, 1847.

Youatt, 8409, D. The dog. By William Youatt; 'with illustrations. Edited

with additions, by E. J. Lewis, M. D. Philadelphia, 1847. 10391, 0. Library of useful knowledge. The horse; with a treatise

on draught. (By Wm. Youatt.) London, 1840. 9604 & 10392, 0. Library of useful knowledge. Sheep, their breeds, management and diseases; to which is added the mountain shepherd's manual. London, 1837.

10387, 0. Library of useful knowledge. Cattle; their breeds, management, and diseases. London, 1838.

12684, 0. 7. The veterinarian for Aug., 1844. See also RECREATIVE ARTs, infra.

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Bevan, 10816, 0, & 6582, D. See p. 1142.
Clarke, 6638, D. A treatise on the mulberry tree and silk-worm. By Jno.

Clarke. Philadelphia, 1839.
Cotton, 7493, D. My bee book. By Wm. Charles Cotton, M. A. London,

1842. Huish, 7454, D. Bees: their natural history and general management. By

R. Huish. London, 1842. Mease, 13161, 0. 4. Letter from James Mease, transmitting a treatise on the

rearing of silk-worms. By M. D. Hazzi, of Munich. With plates.

Washington, 1828. Miner, 8989, D. The American bee keeper's manual. By T. B. Miner. New

York, 1849. 9895, D. The cottage bee keeper, or suggestions for the practical management of amateur, cottage and farm apiaries on scientific principles. With an appendix. By a Country Curate. New York, 1851.

TREATISES ON COOKERY.—GASTRONOMY.

Acton, 8068 & 8887, D. Modern cookery in all its branches. By Eliza Acton.

7th edition. Philadelphia, 1845, and London, 1847. Beecher, 8306, D. Miss Beecher's domestic receipt book, designed as a supple

ment to her treatise on domestic economy. New York, 1846. Donovan, 11161, D. Lardner's cabinet of useful arts. Domestic economy.

Vol. 2. Animal and vegetable aliments. By M. Donovan. London,

1837. Doran, 11266, D. Table traits, with something on them. By Dr. Doran.

2d edition. London, 1854. Johnston, 10932, D. Chemistry of common life. By James F. W. John

ston. London and New York, 1854. Morin, 6891, D. See p. 1192. Parkinson, 7657, D. The complete confectioner, pastry cook and baker. With

additions and alterations by Parkinson. Philadelphia, 1844. Sanderson, 7643, D. The complete cook, with additions and alterations. By

J. M. Sanderson, of the Franklin House. Philadelphia, 1843. Savarin, 10661, D. The physiology of taste; or transcendental gastronomy.

Illustrated by anecdotes of distinguished artists and statesmen of both

continents. By Brillat Savarin. Translated from the last Paris

edition, by Fayette Robinson. Philadelphia, 1854. Soyer, 13532, 0. The pantropheon, or history of food, and its preparation,

from the earliest ages of the world. By A. Soyer. Embellished
with 42 steel plates, illustrating the gastronomic marvels of antiquity.

Boston, 1853.
Webster, 11177, 0. See p. 1068.

See also TREATISES ON HEALTH, DIET, &c., p. 1156.

TREATISES ON WARMING, LIGHTING, AND VENTILATING

BUILDINGS, &c.

Bernan, 7958, D. The history and art of warming and ventilating rooms and

buildings. By Walter Bernan. 2 vols. London, 1815. Griscom, 9508, Ď. The uses and abuses of air, with remarks on the ventila

tion of houses. By Jno. H. Griscom, M. D. 2d edition. New

York, 1850. Harris, 10956, 0. On the nature of thunderstorms, and on the means of pro

tecting buildings and shipping against the destructive effects of light

ning. By W. S. Harris. London, 1843. Reid, 11167, 0. Illustrations of the theory and practice of ventilation, with

remarks on warming, exclusive lighting, and the communication of

sound. By D. B. Reid, M. D. London, 1844. 1268, F. 7. Report from the select committee on ventilation of the new House of Parliament. London, 1842.

Note. For the above subject incidentally treated of, see Downing's architecture of country houses, and other works under the same division, page 1182.

NAVIGATION, NAVAL ARCHITECTURE, THE MERCHANT

SERVICE

Bassnett, 10675, D. See p. 1123.
Beaufoy, 2285, Q. Nautical and hydraulic experiments, with numerous sci-

entific miscellanies. By Colonel Mark Beaufoy, F. R. S. In 3 vols.

Vol. I. London, 1834. Gift of Henry Beaufoy, Esq. Bezout, 10069, 0. Traité de navigation. Par Bezout. Paris, 1814. Bowditch, 13043, 0. The new American practical navigator; containing

tables for determining the latitude and longitude; a dictionary of sea-terms, and the manner of performing evolutions at sea, &c. &c. By N. Bowditch and J. I. Bowditch. 22d edition. New York,

1852. Carr, 11936, 0. See p. 1111. . Claxton, 12700, 0. 4. A description of the Great Britain steamship; with

remarks on the comparative merits of iron and wood for ship building.

By Capt. Claxton, R. N. Bristol, 1845. Curtis, 9904, 0.' State of the question of steam communication with India

viâ 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. Estancelin, 11397, 0. Des pêches maritimes considérées comme la source du

recrutement de la flotte, &c. Par M. Estancelin. Paris, 1815.

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