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Bellew, 7599, D. Memoirs of a griffin; or a cadet's first year in India. By Capt. Bellew. 2 vols. London, 1842. Bentley, 9628 & 12851, O. Bentley's miscellany. 14 vols. New York and London, 1838, &c. a Bell, 9745, D. The ladder of gold; an English story. By Robert Bell. 3 vols. London, 1850. — 11080, O. The story teller; or table book of popular literature. Edited by Robert Bell. 2 vols. London, 1843. Beresford, 10331, D. The miseries of human life; an old friend in a new dress. By J. Beresford. New York, 1853. Bethune, 6548, D. Tales and sketches of the Scottish peasantry. By Alexander Bethune, laborer. Edinburgh, 1838. — 75.15, D. The Scottish peasant's fire-side; a series of tales and sketches of the peasantry of Scotland. By Alexander Bethune. Edinburgh, 1843. Bird, 6107, D. The Hawks of hawk hollow; a tradition of Pennsylvania. By the author of Calavar and The infidel. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1835. — 6324, D. Nick of the woods; or the Jibbenainosay. A tale of Kentucky. By the author of Calavar, &c. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1837. — 6567, D. Peter Pilgrim; or a rambler's recollections. By the author of Calavar. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1838. — 6640, D. The adventures of Robin Day. By the author of Calavar, &c. - 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1839. — 5954, D. Calavar; or the knight of the conquest. A romance of Mexico. By Robert Montgomery Bird. New York, 1854. Blanchard, 8.190, D. Sketches from life. By the late Laman Blanchard. Edited, with a memoir of the author, by Sir E. L. Bulwer. 2 vols. New York, 1846. Boccacio, 10976, D. The decameron; or ten days entertainment of Boccacio. A revised translation, by W. K. Kelly. London, 1855. (Bohn's extra volume.) Borrow, 9733, D. Lavengro; the scholar, the gypsy, the priest. By George Borrow. 3 vols. London, 1851. Brackenridge, 8496, D. Modern chivalry; or the adventures of Captain Farrago and Teague O'Regan. By H. M. Brackenridge. Philadelphia, 1847. Bronté, 12334, O. & 9327, D. Shirley; a tale. By Currer Bell. (Miss Bronté.) New York, 1850. 9778, D. Wuthering Heights and Agnes Gray, by Ellis and Acton Bell (the Misses Bronté). A new edition revised, with a biographical notice of the authors, &c. By Currer Bell. London, 1850. — 10347, D. Villette. By Currer Bell. (Miss Bronté.) New York, 1853. 8783, D. Jane Eyre; an autobiography. Edited by Currer Bell. (Caroline Bronté.) Boston, 1848. — 87.84, D. Wuthering heights; a novel. (Not) By the author of “Jane Eyre,” (but by Emily Bronté.) New York, 1848. — 8820, D. The tenant of Wildfel Hall. By Acton Bell. (Anne Bronté.) New York, 1848. Brown, 9367, D. Turkish evening entertainments. The wonders of remarkable incidents and the rarities of anecdotes. By Ahmed Ibn Hemdem the Ketkhoda. Translated from the Turkish, by John P. Brown. New York, 1850. Bulwer, 9875, D. Works of Sir E. L. Bulwer, Bart., 17 vols.; viz: Vol. 1, The Disowned; vol. 2, Devereux; vol. 3, Pelham; vol. 4, Paul Clifford; vol. 5, Eugene Aram; vol. 6, Last days of Pompeii; vol. 7, Godolphin and Pilgrims of the Rhine; vol. 8, Pilgrims of the Rhine and the Student; vol. 9, England and the English; vol. 10, Ernest Maltravers; vol. 11, Alice; vol. 12, Rienzi; vol. 13, Night and morning; vol. 14, Zanoni; vol. 15, Harold; vol. 16, the last of the Barons; vol. 17, New Timon and Lady of Lyons. London, 1840 to 1845. Bulwer, 12945, O. My novel; or varieties in English life, by Pisistratus Caxton. By Sir E. Bulwer Lytton. New York, 1853. 12318, 0. The Caxtons; a family picture. By Sir E. Bulwer Lytton. New York, 1849. 6158, D. Rienzi, the last of the tribunes. By the author of Eugene Aram, etc. 2 vols. New York, 1836. 6430, D. Leila; or the siege of Granada. By the author of Pelham, etc. New York, 1838. 12318, O. The Caxtons; a family picture. By Sir E. Bulwer Lytton. New York, 1849. 12945, O. My novel. By Sir E. B. Lytton. New York, 1853. Burney, 2392, D. The Wanderer; or female difficulties. By the author of “Evelina.” (Miss Burney.) London, 1814. Carey, 11076, D. Learning better than house and land. By J. Carey. London, 1823. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. Carlem, 13150, O. John; or is a cousin in the hand worth two counts in the bush 7 By Emile Carlen. New York, 1854. 10390, D. Ivar: or the skjuts boy. By E. Carlen. London, 1852. 10467, D. One year. By Emily F. Carlen. New York, 1853. Carleton, 11081, O. Traits and stories of the Irish peasantry. By William Carleton. 2 vols. Dublin, 1844. Carlton, 7551, D. The new purchase; or seven and a half years in the far west. By Robert Carlton, Esq. 2 vols. New York, 1843. 8391, D. Something for everybody, gleaned in the old purchase from fields often reaped. By Robert Carlton. New York, 1846. Cary, 9943, D. Clovernook; or recollections of our neighborhood in the west. 2 vols. By Alice Cary. New York, 1852. — 11233, D. Hagar; a story of to-day. By Alice Cary. New York, 1853. Gift of Rev. Rufus W. Griswold. Carlyle, 7118, D. German romance; specimens of its chief authors. With biographical and critical notices. By Thomas Carlyle. 2 vols. Boston, 1841. Cheever, 9340, D. The whale and his captors; or the whaleman's adventures; o *. biography. By the Rev. Henry T. Cheever. New York, 850. Cheney, 9630, D. A peep at the pilgrims in 1636. By Mrs. H. W. Cheney. Boston, 1850. Child, 8415, D. Fact and fiction; a collection of stories. By L. Maria Child. New York, 1846. Chubbuck, 8422, D. See p. 1241. Clarke, 9882, D. The Girlhood of Shakspeare's heroines; in a series of o tales, by Mary Cowden Clarke. Wols. 1 & 2. New York, 1851. Coogeshall, 10843, D. Easy Warren and his contemporaries; sketched from home circles. By William Turner Coggeshall. New York, 1854. Cooper, 6513, D. Homeward bound; or the chase. A tale of the sea. By the author of the Pilot, the Spy, &c. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1838. 6570, D. Home as found. By the author of Homeward Bound, the Pioneers, &c. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1838. 7189, D. . The deerslayer; or the first war-path. A tale. By the author of the Last of the Mohicans. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1841.
Cooper, 7407, D. The wing and wing; or Le Feu Follet. A tale. By the author of the Pilot, Red Rover, Two Admirals, &c. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1842. 7758, D. Afloat and ashore; or the adventures of Miles Wallingford. By the author of “The Pilot,” &c. (Cooper.) 4 vols. Philadelphia, 1844. 8161, D. The chain-bearer; or the little page manuscripts. By J. Fenimore Cooper. 2 vols. New York, 1845. 8169, D. Elinor Wyllys; or the young folk of Longbridge. A tale. By Amabel Penfeather. Edited by J. Fenimore Cooper. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1845. 7994 & 8033, D. Satanstoe; or the little page manuscripts; a tale of the colony. By the author of “The Pathfinder.” New York, 1845. 8646, D. The crater; or Vulcan's peak; a tale of the Pacific. By the author of “The Pilot, Red Rover,” &c. New York, 1847. 8724, D. Jack Tier; or the Florida War. By the author of “The Pilot.” New York, 1848. 8978, D. The Sea-Lions; or the lost sealers. By the author of “The Crater.” New York, 1849. 9422, D. The ways of the hour; a tale, by the author of the “Spy.” New York, 1850. 4342, D. Novels of J. Fenimore Cooper, including Precaution, the Spy, Pioneers, Pilot, Lionel Lincoln, Mohicans, Prairie, Red Rover, Wish-ton-wish, Waterwitch, Bravo, Heidenmauer, Headsman, Monnikins, Homeward Bound, Home as Found, Pathfinder, Mercedes of Castile, Deerslayer, Two Admirals, Wing and Wing, Wyandotte, Ned Myers, Afloat and Ashore, Miles Wallingford, Satanstoe, Chainbearer, Red Skins, Crater, Oak Openings, Jack Tier, Sea Lions and Ways of the hour. Philadelphia. 4342, D. The Leatherstocking tales, viz.: 1, Deerslayer; 2, Mohicans; 3, Pathfinder; 4, Pioneers; 5, Prairie. Copland, 9623, D. Katherine Douglass; or principle developed. By S. Selby Copland. New York, 1850. Cousin, 10874, D. The youth of Madame de Longueville; or new revelations of court and convent in the 17th century. From the French of Victor Cousin. By F. W. Ricord. New York, 1854. Croly, 7262, D. Salathiel; a story of the past, the present and the future. By G. Croly. 3 vols. London, 1829. — 11555, O. Marston; or memoirs of a statesman. (By G. Croly.) Philadelphia, 1845. Croker, 7755, D. Fairy legends and traditions of the south of Ireland. By T. C. Croker. Philadelphia, 1844. Crowe, 8845, D. The nightside of nature; or ghosts and ghost-seers. By Catharine Crowe. 2 vols. London, 1848. 10890, Charles Delmer. A story of the day. (By Eyre Evans Crowe.) 2 vols. London, 1853. Cummings, 10715, D. The lamplighter. (By Miss Maria Cummings.) Thirty-fifth thousand. Boston, 1854. Curtis, 10674, D. The Potiphar papers. Reprinted from “Putnam's monthly.” (By G. W. Curtis.) New York, 1853. De Foe, 8368, D. The novels and miscellaneous works of Daniel De Foe, with a biographical memoir of the author, literary prefaces to the various pieces, illustrative notes, &c., including all contained in the edition attributed to the late Sir Walter Scott, with considerable additions. 20 vols., viz: vols. 1 & 2, Robinson Crusoe; 3, Captain Singleton; 4, Moll Flanders; 5, Colonel Jack; 6, Memoirs of a Cavalier; 7, New voyage around the world; 8, Capt. Carleton and Mrs. Davies; 9, Plague in London and Consolidator; 10, Political history of the devil; 11, Roxana; 12, System of magic; 13, Apparitions; 14, Religious courtship; 15 & 16, Family Instructor; 17 & 18, English tradesmen; 19, Life of D. Campbell; 20, Life of De Foe. Oxford, 1840. De Foe, 11106, D. The life and surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe. With a biographical account of Defoe. 70 wood-cuts, and 12 engravings on steel, after Stothard. London, 1855. (Bohn's illustrated library.) Delepierre, 8214, D. Old Flanders; or popular traditions and legends of Belgium. By Octave Delepierre. 2 vols. London, 1845. Dickens, 7199, D. The pic-nic papers. By various hands. Edited by Charles Dickens, Esq. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1841. 10551, O. & 94.80, D. The posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club. By Charles Dickens. Philadelphia, 1842, and London, 1847. 10552, O. Sketches by Boz, illustrative of every-day life and everyday people. By the author of the Pickwick papers, etc. Philadelphia, 1842. 10556, O. & 9479, D. The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. By Charles Dickens (Boz). Philadelphia, 1842, and London, 1848. 10553, O. The old curiosity shop, and other tales. By Charles Dickens. Philadelphia, 1842. 10555, O. Oliver Twist. By Charles Dickens (Boz). Philadelphia, 1842. 10554, O. & 9478, D. Barnaby Rudge. By Boz. Philadelphia and London, 1842. 11668, O. The novels and tales of Charles Dickens (Boz). 3 vols. Philadelphia, 1846. 8431 & 8526, D. The battle of life. A love story. By Charles Dickens. New York, 1847. 7895, D. The Chimes, a goblin story; or some bells that rang the old year out and a new year in. By Charles Dickens. Philadelphia, 1845. 7737, D. A Christmas Carol; in prose, being a ghost story of Christmas. By Charles Dickens. Philadelphia, 1844 11134 & 11143, O. & 9481, D. The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. By Charles Dickens (Boz). Philadelphia and London, 1844. 9483, D. 2. The battle of life; a love story. By Charles Dickens. London, 1846. 9482, D. 2. The chimes. By Charles Dickens. London, 1845. 9488, D. 1. The cricket on the hearth. By Charles Dickens. London, 1846. 9477, D. The old curiosity shop. By Charles Dickens. London, 1848. 9484, D. The haunted man and the ghost's bargain. By Charles Dickens. London, 1848. 12006, 0.8697 & 8787, D. Dealings with the firm of Dombey & Son, wholesale, retail, and for exportation. By Charles Dickens. New York, 1847. Philadelphia, 1848. 9393, D. The personal history and experience of David Copperfield the younger, by Charles Dickens. 2 vols. New York, 1850. 10140, D. Confessions of an attorney. By Gustavus Sharp, Esq. To which are added several papers on English law and lawyers, by Charles Dickens. New York, 1852. 9482, D. 1. A Christmas carol. By Charles Dickens. London. – 11264 & 10952, D. Hard times. A novel. By Charles Dickens. London and New York, 1854.
Dickens, 10616, D. Bleak House. By Charles Dickens. 2 vols. New York, 1853. Disraeli, 10419, D. Vivian Grey. (By B. Disraeli.) 5 vols. in 4. London, 1827. 10426, D. The voyage of Captain Popanilla. By (B. Disraeli.) London, 1828. , 10420, D. The young duke. By (B. Disraeli.) 3 vols. London, 1831. 10422, D. Henrietta Temple; a love story. . By (B. Disraeli.) 3 vols. London, 1837. 10425, D. Venetia. By (B. Disraeli.) 3 vols. London, 1837. 10421, D. Coningsby; or the new generation. By B. Disraeli, M. P. 3 vols. London, 1845. 10424, D. Tancred; or the new crusade. By B. Disraeli, M. P. 3 vols. London, 1847. 10423, D. Sybil; or the two nations. By B. Disraeli, M. P. 3 vols. London, 1850. 10418, D. Contarini Fleming and Alroy; two romances. By B. Disraeli, M. P. 2d edition. 3 vols. London, 1850. Drury, 9808, D. Eastbury; a tale. By Anna Maria Drury. New York, 1851. — 10334, D. Light and shade; or the young artist. By Anna M. Drury. New York, 1853. Dumas, 10583, D. Memoirs of a Maitre d'armes; or eighteen months at St. Petersburg. By Alexandre Dumas. Translated by the Marquis of Ormonde. London, 1853. Eastman, 8997, D. Dahcotah; or life and legends of the Sioux around Fort Snelling. By Mrs. Mary Eastman. With a preface by Mrs. C. M. Kirkland. New York, 1849. 10148, D. Aunt Phillis' cabin; or southern life as it is. By Mrs. Mary H. Eastman. Philadelphia, 1852. Edgeworth, 11134, D. Tales and novels of Maria Edgeworth. 19 vols. viz: vol. 1, Castle Rackrent, &c.; 2 & 3, Moral tales; 4 & 5, Popular tales; 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10, Tales of fashionable life; 11 & 12, Belinda; 13, Leonora, and Letters; 14 & 15, Patronage; 16, Patronage and Dramas; 17, Harrington; 18, Ormond; 19, Helen. London, 1833. Ellet, 9131, D. Evenings at Woodlawn. By Mrs. Ellet. New York, 1849. Ellis, 7249 & 7480, D. Family secrets; or hints to those who would make home more happy. By Mrs. Ellis (late Miss Stickney). 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1842. — 7291 & 7324, D. The daughters of England. Their position in society and responsibilities. By Mrs. Ellis. New York and London, 1842. — 8073, D. Look to the end; or the Bennets abroad. By Mrs. Ellis. 2 vols. London, 1845. — 11691, O. & 8312, D. Temper and temperament; or varieties of character. By Mrs. Ellis. London and New York, 1846. — 12405, O. Social distinction; or hearts and homes. By Mrs. Ellis. 3 vols. London, 1849. — 12243, O. Hearts and homes; or social distinction; a story. By Mrs. Ellis. 2 vols. New York, 1850. — 12530, O. Self deception; or the history of a human heart. By Mrs. Ellis. New York, 1851. (See Stickney infra.) — 8829, D. Specimens of early English metrical romances. By George Ellis. London, 1848. Farrington, 10947, D. Ruth Hall; a domestic tale of the present time. By Fanny Fern (Mrs. Payson Willis Farrington). New York, 1855. 10504, D. Fern leaves from Fanny's portfolio. (By Mrs. Farrington.) 2 vols. Illustrations. Auburn, 1853.