Sivut kuvina

Field, 8694, D. The drama in Pokerville; the bench and bar in Jurytown,

and other stories. By “Everpoint” (J. M. Field). Philadelphia,

1847. Fillun, 9450, D. Stories, traditionary and romantic of the two rebellions in

Scotland in 1715 and 1745. By A. D. Fillan. London, 1849. Follen, 6591, D. Sketches of married life. By Mrs. Follen. Boston, 1838. Fosdick, 9933, D. Malmiztic the Toltec; and the cavaliers of the cross. By

W. W. Fosdick. Cincinnati, 1852. Fronde, 9125, D. Shadows of the clouds. By Zeta. (J. A. Fronde.) Lon

don, 1847. Fullerton, 9503, D. Grantley manor; a tale. By Lady Georgiana Fullerton.

Leipzig, 1847.

9536, D. Ellen Middleton ; a tale. By Lady Georgiana Fullerton. New York, 1849.

10322, D. Lady Bird ; a tale. By Lady Georgiana Fullerton.

New York, 1853. Galt, 4107, D. Lawrie Todd; or the settlers in the woods. By John Galt,

Esq. London, 1849. 9777, D. The Ayrshire legatees. By the author of " Annals of the

Parish.” (John Galt.) 2d edition; to which is added the Gather

ing of the west. Edinburgh, 1823. Gaskell, 9705, D. The Moorland Collage. By the author of Mary Barton.

Boston, 1851. 10513, D. Cranford. By the author of Mary Barton (Mrs. Gaskell).

New York, 1853. 13405, 0. North and south. By the author of Mary Barton. New

York, 1855. 10339, D. Ruth. A novel. By the author of Mary Barton (Mrs.

Gaskell). Boston, 1853.

13659, O. Mary Barton : a tale of Manchester life. New York, 1855. Gayarré, 10816, D. The school for politics; a dramatic novel. By Charles

Gayarré. New York, 1854. Gerstaecker, 8793 & 8876, D. The wanderings and fortunes of some German

emigrants. By F. Gerstaecker. New York and London, 1848. 11188, D. Frank Wildman's adventures on land and water. By Frederick Gerstaecker. Translated by L. Wraxall. Illustrations.

London, 1855. Gilman, 6942, D. Love's progress. By the author of Recollections of a New

England housekeeper (Caroline Gilman). New York, 1840. 6128, D. Recollections of a southern matron. By Caroline Gilman.

New York, 1838. 6428, D. Recollections of a New England bride and of a southern matron. By Caroline Gilman. New edition revised. New York,

1852. Gleig, 6446, D. Chelsea hospital and its traditions. By the author of the

Subaltern (Rev. G. R. Gleig). 3 vols. London, 1838. 7665, D. The light dragoon. By the author of the Subaltern (Gleig).

2 vols. London, 1844. 8111, D. The hussar. By the author of the Subaltern. Philadelphia,

1845. Gore, 9434, D. Self; or the world as it goes. By the author of Cecil (Mrs

Gore). 3 vols. London, 1845. Gore, 9467, D. Cecil; or the adventures of a Coxcomb; a novel. (By Mrs.

Gore.) London, 1845. 9467, D. Cecil a peer; a sequel to Cecil the Coxcomb. 3 vols. (Mrs.

Gore.) London, 1849.

Gosson, 11476, 0. The school of abuse; containing a pleasant invective

against poets, pipers, players, jesters, &c. "By Stephen Gosson.

London, 1841. Printed for the Shakspeare Society. Grant, 7460, D. Joseph Jenkins; or leaves from the life of a literary man.

By the author of “Random recollections.” 3 vols. London, 1843. Graves, 7750, D. Girlhood and womanhood; or sketches of my schoolmates.

By Mrs. A. J. Graves. Boston, 1844. Grayson, 9499, D. Standish the Puritan; a tale of the American revolution.

By Eldred Grayson, Esq. New York, 1850. Gwynne, 10187, D. The school for fathers; an old English story. By T.

Gwynne. London, 1852. Hahn-Hahn, 7876, D. The Countess Faustina. By Ida, Countess of Hahn.

Habn. Vol. 1. London, 1844. Hale, 10223, D. Northwood; or life north and south ; showing the true cha

racter of both. By Mrs. Sarah J. Hale. Illustrated. New York,

1852. Haliburton, 6595, D. The bubbles of Canada. By (Haliburton) the author

of Sam Slick, the Clockmaker, etc. Philadelphia, 1839.
6742, D. The letter-bag of the great western; or life in a steamer.
By (Haliburton) the author of the sayings and doings of Sam Slick,
etc. Philadelphia, 1840.
7695, D. Judge Haliburton's Yankee stories. Philadelphia, 1844.
10069, D. Traits of American humor, by native authors. Edited
and adapted by (Judge Haliburton). 3 vols. London, 1852.

10499 & 10556, D. Sam Slick's wise saws and modern instances;
or what he said, did, or invented. (By Judge Haliburton.) 2 vols.
Philadelphia and London, 1853.
11318, D. Nature and human nature. By the author of “Sam

Slick.” New York, 1855.
Hall, 7989, D. The Whiteboy; a story of Ireland in 1822. By Mrs. S. C.

Hall. 2 vols. London, 1845. 8696, D._Midsummer eve; a fairy tale of love. By Mrs. S. C. Hall.

New York, 1848. 6746, D. Marian; or a young maid's fortune. By Mrs. S. C. Hall.

2 vols. New York, 1840: 9909, D. Stories and studies from chronicle and history; England. By

Mrs. S. C. Hall and Mrs. J. Foster. New York, 1852. 5713, D. Legends of the west. By James Hall (including “Harpe's

heal"). New York, 1853. Halliwell, 8171, D. The pleasant conceits of Old Hobson, the Merry Londoner.

Edited by J. O. Halliwell. London, 1843. Printed for the Percy

Society. Halpin, 11486, 0. Oberon's vision in the Midsummer Night's Dream; illus

trated by a comparison with Lylie's Endymion. By the Rev. N. J.

Halpin. London, 1843. Printed for the Shakespeare Society. Hamley, 13127, O. Lady Lee's widowhood. From Blackwood's Magazine.

(By Capt. E. Bruce Hamley.) New York, 1853. Hannay, 10873, D. Sketches in ultra marine. By James Hannay. London,

1854. Harland, 10863, D. Alone. By Marion Harland. 3d edition. Richmond,

1854. Hawes, 7960, D. Tales of the North American Indians. By Barbara Hawes.

London, 1844. Hawthorne, 9333, D. Twice told tales. By Nathaniel Hawthorne. 2 vols.

Boston, 1842.

8300, D. Mosses from an old manse. By Nathaniel Hawthorne. New York, 1846.

Hawthorne, 9403, D. The scarlet letter ; a romance. By Nathaniel Haw.

thorne. Boston, 1850.
10139, D. The Blithedale romance. By Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Boston, 1852.
9715, D. The house of seven gables ; a romance. By Nathaniel
Hawthorne. Boston, 1851.

9618, D. True stories from history and biography. By Nathaniel
Hawthorne. Boston, 1851.

9913, D. A wonder book for girls and boys. By Nathaniel Haw-
thorne. Boston, 1852.
9935, D. The Snow.image and other twice told tales. By Nathaniel
Hawthorne. Boston, 1852.
10522, D. Tanglewood tales for girls and boys; being a second
wonder. book. By Nathaniel Hawthorne. With illustrations. Boston,

1853. Hazlitt, 8137, D. Lectures on the English comic writers. By William

Hazlitt. Edited by his son. New York, 1845. Hentz, 9494, D. Linda ; or the young pilot of the Belle Creole. By Caroline

Lee Hentz. Philadelphia, 1850. 10134, D. Eoline; or Magnolia Vale; a novel. By Caroline Lee

Hentz. Philadelphia, 1852. 10029, D. Marcus Warland; or the Long Moss Spring; a tale of the

south. By Caroline Lee Hentz. Philadelphia, 1852. 8321, D. Aunt Patty's scrap bag. By Caroline Lee Hentz. Phila

delphia, 1846. Herbert, 9707, D. The Warwick woodlands; or things as they were there

twenty years ago. By Frank Forester (H. W. Herbert). New York, 1851. 9018, D. The deerstalkers; or circumstantial evidence; a tale of the southwestern counties. By Frank Forester (Herbert). Philadelphia,

1819. 10374, D. A legend of Pembroke Castle and other tales. By Frances

Georgiana Herbert. 2 vols. London, 1853. Hewlett, 7484, D. College life; or the proctor's note-book. By J. Hewlett,

M. A. 3 vols. London, 1843. · 8460, D. The Penscellwood papers; comprising essays. By J. T.

Hewlett. 2 vols. London, 1846. Hildreth, 10119, D. The white slave; or memoirs of a fugitive. (By R.

Hildreth.) Boston, 1852. Hill, 6686, D. Home service; or scenes and characters from life at out and

head-quarters. By Benson Earle Hill. 2 vols. London, 1839. Floffland, 7289, D. Alfred Campbell; or travels of a young pilgrim in Egypt

and the Holy Land. By Mrs. Hofland. London. Hoffman, 6125, D. Miscellaneous thoughts on men, manners and things. By

Anthony Grumbler, of Grumbleton Hall, Esq. (David Hoffman,
Esq.) Baltimore, 1837. Gift of John Jay Smith.
7031, D. Viator ; or a peep into my note-book. By the author of
a Grumbler's Thoughts (David Hoffman). Baltimore, 1841.
8911, D. Greyslaer; a romance of the Mohawk. By C. F. Hoff-

4th edition. New York, 1849. Hoyg, 6240, D. Tales of the wars of Montrose. By James Hogg, Esq. 2

vols. Philadelphia, 1836. Hood, 10026, D. Hood's own. Selected papers.

With comic illustrations. New York, 1852. 7700 & 8314, D. Whimsicalities; a periodical gathering. By Thomas

Hood. London and Philadelphia, 1846.


Hook, 11553, O., & 9763, D. Gilbert Gurney; a novel. By Theodore Hook.

Philadelphia, 1845, and London, 1836. 9763, D. Gurney married ; a sequel to Gilbert Gurney. 3 vols. Lon

don, 1838. Houssaye, 10210, D. 3. Philosophers and actresses ; scenes, vivid and picturesque, from the hundred and one dramas of art and passion.

(By Arséne Houssaye.) With wood-cuts. London, 1852. Howitt, 6012, D. Pantika; or traditions of the most ancient times. By Wm.

Howitt. 2 vols. London, 1835. 6995, D. The boy's country book; being the real life of a country boy, written by himself. Edited by William Howitt. London, 1839. 7717, D. The life and adventures of Jack of the mill; commonly called Lord Othmill; a fireside story. By William Howitt. London, 1814. 7872, D. The two apprentices; a tale for youth. By Mary Howitt.

New York, 1815. 7823, D. My Uncle the clockmaker; a tale by Mary Howitt. New

York, 1845. 11813, O. Wood Leighton; or a year in the country. By Mary

Howitt. New York, 1847. 8659 & 8755, D. The ball and the hamlet; or scenes and characters of country life. By Wm. Howitt. 2 vols. Philadelphia and London, 1848. 11156, D. A boy's adventures in the wilds of Australia ; or Herbert's

pote-book. By Wm. Howitt. With illustrations. Boston, 1855. 8982, D. Our cousins in Ohio. By Mary Howitt. From the diary

of an American mother. New York, 1849. 9796, D. The heir of Wast-Wayland; a tale. By Mary Howitt.

New York, 1851. 10520, D. The artist wife and other tales. By Mary Howitt. New

York, 1853. 11012, D. Stories of English and foreign life. By William and

Mary Howitt. London, 1853. (Bobn's illustrated library.)

11332, D. A school of life. By Anna Mary Howitt. Boston, 1855. Hubbell, 10449, D. The shady side; or life in a country parsonage. By a

pastor's wife (Mrs. Hubbell). Boston, 1853. Fulse, 9906, D. 'Sunbeams and shadows, and buds and blossoms; or leaves

from Aunt Minnie's portfolio. By Georgie A. Hulse. New York,

1851. Huntingdon, 9075, D. Lady Alice; or the new Una; a novel. By J. V.

Huntingdon. New York, 1849.
9876, D. Alban; a tale of the new world. By the author of Lady
Alice. (Rev. J. V. Huntingdon.) New York, 1851.
10234, D. The forest. By J. V. Huntingdon, author of Alban.

New York, 1852.
Hunt, 12421, O. Panthea; the spirit of nature. By Robert Hunt. London,

8202 & 8233, D. See P.

1253. Inchbald, 1226, D. A simple story; nature and art. By Mrs. Inch bald.

(With a memoir.) London, 1833. Inman, 9920, D. 9. The sudden and sharp doom; a tale of West India

piracy. By John Inman. Irving, 7622, D. Geoffrey Crayon's Skidsebog. Af Washington Irving. 1827. 6209, D.

A history of New York. By Diedrich Knickerbocker.
London, 1836.
6426, D. The Hawk Chief; a tale of the Indian country. By John
T. Irving, Jr. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1837.

James, 10925, D. Henry of Guise; or the states of Blois. By G. P. R.

James, Esq. London, 1854. 9352, D. Dark scenes of history. By G. P. R. James. New York,

1850. Jameson, 12546, 0. Legends of the monastic orders, as represented in the

fine arts. Forming the 2d series of sacred and legendary art. By
Mrs. Jameson. London, 1850.
12975, 0. Legends of the Madonna, as represented in the fine arts.

By Mrs. Jameson. Illustrated. London, 1852.
Janin, 10472, 0. Pictures of the French; a series of literary and graphic de-

lineations of French character. By Jules Janin, Balzac, Cormenin,

and other French authors. London, 1841. Jerrold, 10576, D. Punch's letters to his son ; Punch's complete letter writer,

and sketches of the English. By Douglas Jerrold. London, 1853. 10577, D. Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures; the story of a feather, and The sick giant and the doctor dwarf. By Douglas Jerrold. London, 1852. 10578, D. St. Giles and St. James. By Douglas Jerrold, Esq.

London, 1851. 10579, D. Men of character. By Douglas Jerrold. London, 1851. 10580, D. Cakes and ale. By Douglas Jerrold. London, 1852. 10910, D. A man made of money and The chronicles of Clovernook.

By Douglas Jerrold. London, 1853. Jesse, 7779, D. Scenes and tales of country life; with recollections of natural

history. By Edward Jesse, Esq. London, 1844. Jewsbury, 9324, Zoe; the history of two lives. By Geraldine Endsor Jews

bury. 3 vols. London, 1845. Johnstone, 12280, 0. The Edinburgh tales; conducted by Mrs. Johnstone.

Edinburgh, 1845. Jones, 8069 & 8102, D. My Uncle Hobson and I; or slashes at life with a

free broadaxe. By Pascal Jones. New York, 1845. Judd, 8194, D. Margaret; a tale of the real and ideal. By (Rev. Sylvester

Judd.) Boston, 1845.
9347, D. Philo; an evangeliad. Boston, 1852.

9649, D. Richard Edney. Boston, 1850. Kavanagh, 9710, D. Nathalie; a tale. By Julia Kavanagh. New York,


10028, D. Madeleine ; a tale of Auvergne founded on fact. By
Julia Kavanagh. New York, 1852.
11157, D. Grace Lee. By Julia Kavanagh. New York, 1855.
10343, D. Daisy Burns; a tale. By Julia Kavanagh. New York,

1853. Keightley, 7961, D. Fairy mythology; illustrative of the romance and super

stition of various countries. By Keightley. 2 vols. London, 1833. Kelty, 10101, D. Visiting my relations (by Mary Ann Kelty). London,

1851. 10288, D. Reminiscences of thought and feeling; by the author of

Visiting my relations. London, 1852. 10598, D. Life by the fireside. By the author of Visiting my relations.

London, 1853
Kennedy, 10710, D. Rob of the bowl; a legend of St. Inigoes. By J. P.

Kennedy. Revised edition. New York, 1854.
5500, D. Swallow barn; or a sojourn in the old dominion. By J.
P. Kennedy. Revised edition. With 20 illustrations by Strother.

New York, 1851.
Kimbal, 10303, D. Romance of student life abroad. By Richard B. Kim-

ball. New York, 1853.

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