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Frank Forester (H. W. Herbert). Containing instructions in all that relates to dogs, and a few remarks on guns. New York, 1853. 10483, D. American game in its seasons. By Frank Forester (Henry
William Herbert). Illustrated. New York, 1853. 12319, 0. Frank Forester's fish and fishing of the United States and
British Provinces of North America. By Henry Wm. Herbert.
New York, 1850. Hershberger, 8401, D. The horseman. A work on horsemanship. By H. R.
Hershberger. New York, 1844. Pieover, 11760, 0. & 8159, D. Stable talk and table talk, or spectacles for
young sportsmen. By Harry Hieover. London and Philadelphia, 1845.
9770, D. The hunting field. By Harry Hieover. London, 1850. Jovellanos, 10289, 0. Memoria sobre las diversiones publicas, escrita par G.
M. de Jovellanos. Madrid, 1812. Krider, 13024, 0. Krider's sporting anecdotes, illustrative of the habits of
certain varieties of American game. Edited by H. Milnor Klapp.
Philadelphia, 1853. Leber, 10906, 0. Etudes historiques sur les cartes à jouer, principalement
sur les cartes Françaises. Par M. C. Leber. Lewis, 12507, 0. Hints to sportsmen, containing notes on shooting; the
habits of the game-birds and wild fowl of America, the dog, the gun, the field and the kitchen. By E. J. Lewis, M. D. Philadelphia,
1851. 13251, 0. The American sportsman; containing hints to sportsmen,
notes on shooting, and the habits of the game-birds and wild fowl of America. By Elisha J. Lewis, M. D. Illustrations. Philadelphia,
1855. Mardon, 2558, Q. Billiards; game 500 up. An account of the above game,
with diagrams and showing the position of the balls for the last nine
breaks, &c. &c. By E. R. Mardon. Brighton. Mersan, 6892, D. Manuel du chasseur, contenant un traité sur toute espèce
de chasses, &c., par M. de Mersan. Paris, 1828. Mills, 11590, 0. The sportsman's library. By John Mills. Edinburgh, 1845.
8195, D. The sportsman's library, or hints on the hunter, hunting,
hounds, shooting, game, sporting, dogs, fishing, &c. &c. By John
Mills. Philadelphia, 1846. Mortimer, 10237, D. The pyrotechnist's companion ; familiar system of recre
ative fire. By G. W. Mortimer. Philadelphia, 1854. Northbrooke, 11488, 0. A treatise on dicing, dancing, plays and interludes,
with other idle pastimes. By John Northbrooke. London, 1843.
Reprinted for the Shakspeare society. O Gorman, 8226, D. The practice of angling, particularly as regards Ireland.
By O'Gorman. 2 vols. in one. London, 1845. Penn, 6722, D. Maxims and hints for an angler, and miseries of fishing. To
which are added maxims and hints for a chess player. By Richard
Penn, Esq. A new edition. London, 1839. Sawyer, 8655, D. A plea for amusements. By Frederick W. Sawyer. New
York, 1847. Scrope, 9752, 0. The art of deer-stalking. By William Scrope, Esq. Lon
10944, 0. Salmon fishing. By W. Scrope. London, 1843. Skinner, 7983, D. The dog and the sportsman, embracing the uses, breeding,
training, diseases, &c. of dogs. The different kinds of game, hints
to shooters, &c. By J. S. Skinner. Philadelphia, 1845. Springfield, 8569, D. The horse and his rider; or sketches and anecdotes of
the noble quadruped and equestrian nations. By Rollo Springfield.
New York, 1817. Walton, 8650, D. The complete angler. By Isaac Walton. Edited by G.
W. Bethune, D. D. New York, 1847. 10402, D. Stable practice; or hints on training for the turf, the chase and the road. With observations on racing, &c. By Cecil. London, 1852.
6353, D. Piscatorial reminiscences and gleanings. By an old angler and bibliopolist; with a catalogue of books on angling. London, 1835.
8305, D. The American angler's guide. By an American Angler. New York, 1845.
9062, D. The American angler's guide; or complete fisher's manual for the United States. 3d edition. With a second part. New York, 1819.
2523, Q. Plan y constituciones de la nueva escuela de Equitacion. Madrid, 1799.
Agnel, 8719, D. Chess for winter evenings. By H. R. Agnel. New York,
1848. Alexandre, 11754, 0. The beauties of chess. A collection of the finest
chess problems extant, including upwards of 2000 curious positions won or drawn by brilliant "coups.” By A. Alexandre. London,
1846. Christic, 2288, Q. 1. An inquiry into the ancient Greek game, supposed to
have been invented by Palamedes, antecedent to the siege of Troy; with reasons for believing the same to have been known from remote
antiquity in China. By M. Christic. London, 1801. Kenny, 8537, D. The manual of chess. By Charles Kenny. New York,
1847. Penn, 6722, D. Maxims and hints for an angler, and miseries of fishing. To
which are added maxims and hints for a chess player. By Richard
Penn, Esq. A new edition. London, 1839. Stanley, 12324, 0. The American chess magazine. By Charles H. Stanley.
New York, 1847. Staunton, 2697, 0. The chess player's handbook. By Howard Staunton,
Esq. London, 1847.
10198, D. The chess tournament. A collection of the games played at this celebrated assemblage. Illustrated by copious diagrams and notes.
By H. Staunton, Esq. London, 1852. 13035, 0. 3. A review of “The chess tournament; by H. Staun
ton, Esq.” By a member of the London chess club. London, 1852. Tomlinson, 8096, D. Amusements in chess. By Charles Tomlinson. London,
1845. Walker, 9691, D. Chess and chess-players, consisting of original stories and
sketches. By George Walker. London, 1850. 7246, D. A new treatise on chess. By George Walker. 3d edition.
London, 1841. 7319, D. The chess-player, by George Walker, teacher ; with three
games played at one and at the same time, by Philidor; and sixty openings, mates and situations, by Wm. S. Kenny. Boston, 1841. 11228, 0. Chess studies; comprising one thousand games. By George Walker. London, 1844.
Balfour, 10104, D. Sketches of English literature from the 14th to the
present century. By Clara Lucas Balfour. London, 1852. Ballantyne, 6605, D. Refutation of the misstatements and calumnies con
tained in Mr. Lockhart's life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. respecting the Messrs. Ballantyne. By the trustees and son of the late Mr. James Ballantyne. 2d edition. London, 1838.
6715, D. 2. Reply to Mr. Lockhart's pamphlet, entitled “the Bal
lantyne humbug handled.” London, 1839. Berington, 8434, D. The literary history of the middle ages. By Rev. Joseph
Berington. London, 1846. Brande, 10618 & 10768, 0. A dictionary of science, literature and art. By
W. T. Brande. London, 1842. Browne, 12741, 0. A history of classical literature. By R. W. Browne,
M. A. 2 vols. London, 1851. Chambers, 11852, 0. Cyclopedia of English literature. 2 vols. Boston,
1847. Channing, 7394, D. Essai sur l'état actuel des lettres dans l'Amérique du
Nord, et sur l'importance d'une littérature national. Par Channing.
Paris, 1838. Chasles, 10214, D. Anglo-American literature and manners; from the French
of Philarète Chasles, professor in the college of France. New York,
1852. Chateaubriand, 9424, 0. Sketches of English literature. By the Viscount
de Chateaubriand. 2 vols. London, 1836. Chenier, 10030, 0. Tableau historique de l'état et des progrés de la littérature
Française depuis 1789. Par M. J. De Chenier. A Paris, 1817. Cleveland, 8660, D. Compendium of English literature. By C. D. Cleveland.
Philadelphia, 1851. Gift of the author.
9820, D. English literature of the 19th century; on the plan of the author's compendium of English literature, and supplementary to it. By Charles D. Cleveland. Philadelphia, 1851. Another
copy, 1853. Gift of the author. Craik, 7899, D. Sketches of the history of literature and learning in Eng
land, from the Norman conquest to the accession of Elizabeth, with specimens of the principal writers. By Geo. L. Craik. 2 vols. ' Lon
don, 1844. Deleuze, 10218, 0. Eudoxe. Entrétiens sur l'étude des sciences, des lettres
et de la philosophie. Par J. P. F. Deleuze. 2 vols. Paris, 1810. Denina, 10261, 0. Discorso sopra le vicende della letteratura dell Ab. Carlo
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D' Israeli, 7191, D. Amenities of literature, consisting of sketches and cha
racters of English literature. By J. D'Israeli. 2 vols. New York,
11066, 0. Curiosities of literature. By I. C. D’Israeli. With
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Vericour. Revised by William Staughton Chase. Boston, 1848. Eichorn, 9966, 0. Geschichte der Litteratur von ihrem Anfang bis auf die
neuesten Zeiten, von Johann Gottfried Eichorn. 6 Band. Gottingen,
1805, 1810. Eschenberger, 9375, 0. Manual of classical literature. From the German of
J. J. Eschenberger, with additions. By N. W. Fiske. Philadelphia,
1836. Foster, 9126, D. A handbook of modern European literature. By Mrs.
Foster. London, 1849. Fry, 9241, 0. Pantographia; containing accurate copies of all the known
alphabets in the world. By Edmund Fry. London, 1799. Furst, 6813, D. Briefe über Dänische Literatur, von N. Furst. Wien, 1816. Géruzez, 10650, 0. Cours de littérature, rédigé d'après le programme pour
la baccalauréat és lettres. Par E. Géruzez. Paris, 1841. Gilfillan, 8180 & 8237, D. Sketches of modern literature and eminent literary
men, being a gallery of literary portraits. By George Gilfillan. 2 vols. New York and Edinburgh, 1846.
9391 & 9449, D. Modern literature and literary men ; being a second gallery of literary portraits. By G. Gilfillan. New York and Edinburgh, 1850.
10961, D. A third gallery of literary portraits. By G. Gilfillan.
· New York, 1855. Ginguené, 10140, Ó. Histoire littéraire d'Italie. Par P. L. Ginguené. 9
tomes. Paris, 1811, 1819. Gray, 9330, 0. 3. An historical sketch of the origin of English prose litera
ture, and its progress till the reign of James I. By William Gray.
Oxford, 1835. Griswold, 11753, 0. The prose writers of America, with a survey of the
history, condition, and prospects of American literature. By Rufus
Wilmot Griswold. Philadelphia, 1847. Hallam, 9479 & 10422, 0. Introduction to the literature of Europe in the
15th, 16th and 17th centuries. By Henry Hallam, F. R. A. S. 2
vols. London, 1837, New York, 1841. Hannay, 11260, & 11019, D. Satire and satirists. By James Hannay. Lon
don and New York, 1855. Hedge, 11954, 0. Prose writers of Germany. By Frederic H. Hedge.
Philadelphia, 1848. Heinsius, 2383, Q. Allgemeines Bücher-Lexikon, oder volständiges Alphabe
tisches Verzeichniss aller von 1700 bis zu Ende 1810 erschienenen Bücher welche in Deutschland und in den durch Sprache und Literatur damit verwandten Ländern gedruckt worden sind. Nebst Angabe der Druckorte, der Verleger und der Preise. Von Wilhelm
Heinsius. 8 bande. Leipzig, 1812. Hippesley, 6167, D. Chapters on early English literature. By J. H. Hippes
ley, Esq. London, 1837. Howitt, 10077, D. The literature and romance of northern Europe ; constitut
ing a complete history of the literature of Sweden, Denmark, Norway
and Iceland, with copious specimens. By William and Mary Howitt.
2 vols. London, 1852. Hume, 8618, D. The learned societies and printing clubs of the United King
dom. By Rev. A. Hume. London, 1817. Kennedy, 9318, 0. Reflections on the languages and literature of ancient
Greece. By James Kennedy. Dublin, 1831. La Harp, de, 10043, 0. Nouvelle supplément au cours de littérature de M.
de la Harp, contenant L'Eloge de Voltaire, &c. Paris, 1818. La Roche, 9284, D. Mémoires littéraires de la Grande Bretagne, par Michel
de la Roche. Tome Onzième. A la Haye, 1723. D. Leopardi, 10282, 0. Crestomazia Italiana cioè scelta di luoghi insigni o per
sentimento o per locuzione raccolti da gli scritti Italiani in prosa di autori excellenti d'ogni secolo, per cura del Conte Giacomo Leopardi.
2 vols. Milano, 1827. Lockhart, 6715, D. 1. The Ballantyne humbug handled. By the author of the
life of Sir Walter Scott (Lockhart). Edinburgh, 1839. Maunder, 7080, D. See
1068. Menzel, 6666, D. Vols. 7, 8 and 9. German literature, translated from the
German of Wolfgang Menzel, by C. C. Felton. 3 vols. Boston,
1840. 7156, D. German literature of Wolfgang Menzel. Translated from
the German by T. Gordon. 4 vols. Oxford, 1810. Mills, 12613, 0. The literature and literary men of Great Britain and Ire
land. By Abraham Mills, A. M. 2 vols. New York, 1851. Müller, 12919, 0. Library of useful knowledge. History of the literature
of ancient Greece, to the period of Isocrates. Translated from the German MSS. of K. O. Müller, by George Cornwall Lewis and Rev.
J. W. Donaldson. New edition corrected. London, 1850. Mudie, 9679, 0. 5. The copyright question. By Robert Mudie. London,
1838. Nicklin, 6437, D. Remarks on literary property. By Philip H. Nicklin,
A. M. Philadelphia, 1838. Nisard, 11350, 0. Histoire de la littérature Française. Par D. Nisard. 2
tomes. Paris, 1844. Reed, 11017, D. Lectures on English literature, from Chaucer to Tennyson.
By Henry Reed. Philadelphia, 1855. Reynolds, 6760, D. The modern literature of France. By George W. M.
Reynolds. 2 vols. London, 1839. Richardson, 9389, 0. 3. A dissertation on the languages, literature and
manners of the eastern nations. By J. Richardson. Oxford, 1777. Russell, 9118, 0. Observations on the advantages of classical learning. By
the Rev. M. Russell. Edinburgh, 1836. Schmid, 9948, 0. Hermes, oder Kritische Jahrbuch der Litteratur, redigirt
von D. Karl Ernst Schmid. 5 Band. Leipzig, 1828, '31. Sempere, 10293, 0. Ensayo de una biblioteca Española de los mejores escri
tores del Reynado de Carlos III. por D. Juan Sempere y Guansios.
5 vols. Madrid, 1785. Shav, 8955 & 9000, D. 'Outlines of English literature. By Thos. B. Shaw.
Philadelphia and London, 1849. Simpson, 9983, D. The literature of Italy. From the origin of the Italian
language to the death of Boccacio. An historical sketch. By Leonard
Francis Simpson. London, 1851. Sismondi, 10994, D. Historical views of the literature of the south of Europe,
by J. C. L. Simonde de Sismondi. Translated from the original, with notes and a life of the author, by Thomas Roscoe. 3d edition, including all the notes from the last Paris edition. 2 vols. London, 1850. (Bohn's standard library).