Sivut kuvina

Kimball, 9331, D. St. Leger; or the threads of life. By (R. B. Kimball).

New York, 1850. King, 10659, D. Busy moments of an idle woman. (By Mrs. King.) New

York, 1854.
Kingsley, 9642 & 9734, D. Alton Locke, tailor and poet; an autobiography.

(By Rev. Chas. Kingsley.) New York and London, 1850.
10557, D. Hypatia; or new foes with an old face. By Charles
Kingsley, Jr., rector of Eversley. Reprinted from Frazer's Maga-
zine. 2 vols. London and New York, 1853.
9864, D. & 9798, D. Yeast; a problem. (By the Rev. Charles
Kingsley.) London and New York, 1851.
11155, D. Westward ho! the voyages and adventures of Sir Aymas
Leigh in the reign of Elizabeth. By Charles Kingsley. Boston,

1855. Kirkland, 8142, D. Western clearings. By Mrs. C. M. Kirkland, author of

a New Home. New York, 1845.
7348, D. Forest life.

Forest life. By Mrs. Clavers (Mrs. C. M. Kirkland.) 2 vols. New York, 1842. Knowles, 9071, D. The Maiden Aunt; a story. By S. M. (Richard Brinsley

Knowles.) New York, 1849.
10003, D. The use of sunshine. By the author of the Maiden
Aunt. New York, 1852.
12433, 0. 1. The story of a family. By the author of the Maiden

Aunt. Boston, 1850.
Krasinski, 7577, D. The Poles of the 17th century; an historical novel, with

a sketch of the Polish Cossacks. By Count Henry Krasinski. 3

vols. London, 1843. Landor, 6243, D. Pericles and Aspasia. By Walter Savage Landor, Esq.

2 vols. London, 1836. Lane, 9768, 0. The thousand and one nights, commonly called in England

the Arabian Nights entertainments. A new translation from the Arabic, with copious notes. By Edward William Lane. Illustrated

by many hundred engravings on wood. 3 vols. London, 1839. 10740, 0. The same in the original Arabic. 3 vols. Calcutta, 1839.

Gift of J. S. Oakford. 8006, D. Arabian tales and anecdotes; being a selection from the notes

to the new translation of the thousand and one nights. By E. W.

Lane, Esq. London, 1845. Lauder, 7068, D. Legendary tales of the Highlands; a sequel to Higbland

rambles. By Sir T. Dick Lauder. 3 vols. London, 1841. Lee, 8729, D. Naomi; or Boston two hundred years ago. By E. B. Lee. 22

edition. Boston, 1848. Le Gros, 2295, Q. Fables and tales, suggested by the frescos of Pompeii and

Herculaneum. By W. B. Le Gros. London, 1836. Lermont, 10136, D. Ups and downs; for young readers. By L. Lermont.

Philadelphia, 1852. Gift of the author. Leslie, 5669, D. "Pencil sketches; or outlines of character and manners. By

Miss (Eliza) Leslie. (Including “Mrs. Washington Potts," with

other stories.) Philadelphia, 1852. Lester, 8130. The artist, the merchant, and the statesman; or the age of the

Medici, and of our own times. 2 vols. By C. Edwards Lester.

New York, 1845. Lever, 10880. The knight of Gwynne; a tale of the time of the Union. By

Charles Lever. 3 vols. in one. Leipzig, 1847. 9946, D. Arthur O'Leary; his wanderings and ponderings in many

lands. By Charles Lever. 2 vols. in 1. Leipzig, 1847.

Lever, 13174, 0. The Dodd family abroad. By Charles Lever. New York,

1851. 9500, D. Charles O'Malley, the Irish dragoon. Edited by Charles Lever.

Leipzig, 1818. 10830, 'D." The O'Donoghue; a tale of Ireland fifty years ago. By

Charles Lever. Leipzig, 1845. 9945, D. The confessions of Harry Lorrequer. By Charles Lever. ?

vols. in 1. Leipzig, 1847. 9501, D. Tom Burke of “ours." By Charles Lever. Leipzig, 1848. 8818, D. Diary and notes of Horace Templeton, Esq., late secretary of

legation. (By C. Lever.) 2 vols. London, 1818. 9502, D. Jack Hinton, the guardsman. By Charles Lever. Leipzig,

1849. 12817, 0. The Daltons; or three roads in life. By Charles Lever.

New York, 1852. 13199, 0. Sir Jasper Carew, Ko't; his life and experience. By Charles

Lever. New York, 1854. 12734, 0. Maurice Tiernay, the soldier of fortune. By Charles Lever.

New York, 1852. Lewis, 7738, D. Records of the heart. By Mrs. Sarah Ann Lewis. New

York, 1811. Lister, 8053, D. College chums; a novel By Charles Lister. 2 vols. Lon

don, 1815. Log, 11262, D. Whittlings from the West; with some account of Butternut

Castle. By Abel Log. Edinburgh, 1854. Long, 7967, D. Sir Roland Ashton; a tale of the times. By Lady Catherine

Long. 2 vols. New York, 1845. Longfellow, 6660, D. Hyperion ; a romance. By the author of Outre Mer.

2 vols. New York, 1839.

9044, D. Kavanagh; a tale. By H. W. Longfellow. Boston,

1819. Lover, 10772, 0. Handy Andy; a tale of Irish life. By Samuel Lover,

Esq. New York, 1843. 11060, 0. £. S. D. Treasure trove; a tale. By Samuel Lover. New

York, 1844. 8396, D. Legends and stories of Ireland. By Samuel Lover, Esq.

Philadelphia, 1846. 8108, D. Rory O'More; a national romance. By Samuel Lover, Esq.

Philadelphia, 1816. Macdonald, 9771, D. 1. Villa Verocchio; or the youth of Leonard da Vinci;

By the late Diana Louisa Macdonald. London, 1850. McIntosh, 8378, D. Two lives; or to seem and to be. By Maria J. McIn

tosh. New York, 1846.

8814, D. Charms and counter-charms. By Maria J. McIntosh.
New York, 1848.
9417, D. Praise and principle; or for what shall I live. By the
author of " Conquest and self-conquest” (McIntosh.) New York,

9488, D. Conquest and self-conquest; or which makes the hero.
(McIntosh.) New York, 1850.
10319, D. The lofty and the lowly; or good in all and none all
good. By M. J. McIntosh. 2 vols. New York, 1853.
10225, D. Evenings at Donaldson's manor. By Maria J. McIntosb.

Revised edition. New York, 1853. Maclelan, 6252, D. Evenings abroad. By the author of "Sketches of

Corfu” (Mrs. Maclelan.) London, 1836.

a tale.

Mac Leod, 10115, D. Pynnshurst; his wanderings and ways of thinking. By

Donald Mac Leod. New York, 1852.

10672, D. The bloodstone. By Donald Mac Leod. New York,

1853. Macnish, 6476, D. The modern Pythagorean; a series of tales, essays and

sketches. By the late Robert Macnish. With the author's life, by

D. M. Moir. 2 vols. London, 1838.
Mc Connel, 9198, D. Talbot and Vernon; a novel. (By J. McConnel.)

New York, 1850.
9622, D. Grahame; or youth and manhood; a romance. By the

author of Talbot and Vernon. New York, 1850. Manzoni, 7953, D. The betrothed. By Alessandro Manzoni. 2 vols. Lon

don, 1844. Marryat, 7174, D. Masterman Ready; or the wreck of the Pacific. Written

for young people. By Capt. Marryat. London, 1841.
9461, D. Newton Forster; or the merchant service. By Capt.
Marryat. London, 1838.
9459, D. The mission; or scenes in Africa. By Capt. Marryat.
2 vols. London, 1845.
12401, 0. Poor Jack. By Capt. Marryat. London, 1846.

9463, D. The poacher. By Capt. Marryat. London, 1846.
9160, D. The privateer's man one hundred years ago. By Capt.
Marryat. 2 vols. London, 1846.
10868, D. Rattlin the reefer. Edited by Capt. Marryat. London.

. 9158, D. Mr. Midshipman Easy. By Capt. Marryat. London, 1847. 9166, D. The Phantom ship. By Capt. Marryat. London, 1817. 9462, D. The dog fiend; or the Snarleyyow. By Capt. Marryat. Loudon, 1847. 8779, D. The children of the New Forest. By Capt Marryat, R. N. New York, 1848.

9454, D. Valerie ; an autobiography. By Capt. Marryat. 2 vols.
London, 1819.

9457, D. The settlers in Canada. By Capt. Marryat. London,
9464, D. Percival Keen. By Capt. Marryat. London, 1849.
9135, D. The little savage. By Captain Marryat. New York,
9155, D. The travels and adventures of Monsieur Violet in Cali-
fornia, &c. By Capt. Marryat. London, 1849.
9456, D. Olla Podrida. By Capt. Marryat. London, 1849.
12400, 0. The pirate and the three cutters. By Capt. Marryat.
9465, D. Frank Mildmay; or the naval officer. By Capt. Marryat.

Marsh, 9774, D. Two old men's tales; the deformed and the Admiral's

daughter. (By Mrs. Marsh.) London, 1854. 9709, D. Norman's bridge; or the modern Midas. By the author of

“Two old men's tales,” &c. (Mrs. Marsh.) London, 1850. 12767, 0. Ravenscliffe. (By Mrs. Marsh.) New York, 1852. 11008, D. Emilia Wyndham. By the author of “Two old men's tales.

(Mrs. Marsh.) London, 1848. (Colburn's standard novels.) 11007, D. Angela; a novel. By (Mrs. Marsh.) London, 1853. (Col

burn's standard novels.) 7990, D. Mount Sorel. (By Mrs. Marsh.) 2 vols. London, 1815. Martincau, 7044, D. The hour and the man; an historical romance. By

Harriet Martineau. 2 vols. New York, 1841.

Martineau, 7897, D. Feats of the Fiord; a tale of Norway. By Harriet

Martineau. London, 1845.

8365, D. Forest and game law tales. By Harriet Martineau. 3

vols. London, 1846. Mathews, 11050, D. 6. Mathews at home; with all the comic songs. Colored

plate. New York, 1822.
11050, D. 22. Memoirs of the youthful days of Mr. Mathews, inter-
spersed with anecdotes and songs. Colored plate. Philadelphia,

1822. Maundeville, 10359, 0. The voiage and travaile of Sir John Maundeville,

Kt. Reprinted from the edition of A. D. 1725. With an introduction, additional notes and glossary. By J. 0. Halliwell, Esq. London,

1839. Maxwell, 8612, D. Hillside and border sketches, with legends of the Cheviots

and the Lammermuir. By W. H. Maxwell. 2 vols. London, 1847. 13658, 0. Captain O'Sullivan. By W. H. Maxwell. New York,

1855. Mayhew, 9074, D. The magic of kindness; or the wondrous story of the

good Huan. By the Brothers Mayhew. New York, 1849.
12814, 0. 1851; or the adventures of Mr. and Mrs. Sandboys,
their son and daughter, who came up to London to enjoy themselves
and to see the great exhibition. By Henry Mayhew and George
Cruikshank. New York, 1852.
8530 & 8676, D. The greatest plague of life. Edited by the brothers
Mayhew. New York and London, 1846.

11098, D. The story of the peasant-boy philosopher, founded on

the early life of Ferguson. By Henry Mayhew. New York, 1853. Mayo, 9063, D. Kaloolah; or journeyings to the Djébel Kumri; an autobiogra

phy of Jonathan Romer. Edited by W. S. Mayo, M. D. New

York, 1849. 9552, D. The Berber; or the mountaineer and the atlas; a tale of

Morocco. By Wm. Starbuck Mayo, M. D. New York, 1850. 9723, D. Romance dust from the historic placer. By Wm. Starbuck

Mayo, M. D. New York, 1851. Melville, 8260, D. Typee; a peep at Polynesian life during a four months'

residence in a valley of the Marquesas. By Herman Melville. 2

vols. New York, 1846. 8543 & 8629, D. Omoo; a narrative of adventures in the South Seas.

By Herman Melville. New York and London, 1847. 8980, D. Mardi and a voyage thither. By Herman Melville. 2 vols.

New York, 1849. 9313, D. Redburn; his first voyage. Being the sailor-boy confessions

and reminiscences of the son of a gentleman in the merchant service.

By Herman Melville. New York, 1849. 9404, D. White-Jacket; or the world in a man of war. By Her

man Melville. New York, 1850. 9914, D. Moby Dick; or the whale. By Herman Melville. New

York, 1851. 10145, D. Pierre; or the ambiguities. By Herman Melville. New

York, 1852. 11022, D. Israel Potter, his fifty years of exile. By Herman Mel.

ville. New York, 1855. Millengen, 6671, D. Stories of Torres Vedras. By the author of adventures

of an Irish gentleman. (J. G. Millengen?) 3 vols. London, 1839. Miller, 6096, D. Scenes and legends of the North of Scotland; or the tradi

tional history of Cromarty. By Hugh Miller. Edinburgh, 1834.

Mills, 7276, D. The old English gentleman; or the fields and woods. By

John Mills, Esq. 3 vols. London, 1841. Mitchell, 9652, D. Reveries of a bachelor; or a book of the heart. By Ik.

Marvel (Donald G. Mitchell), author of Fresh Gleanings. New York,

1850. 9547. The Lorgnette; or studies of the town, by an opera goer. (By

D. G. Mitchell.) 2 vols. New York, 1850. 10951, D. Fudge doings; being Tony Fudge's record of the same. In forty chapters. By Ik. Marvel (Donald G. Mitchell). 2 vols. New York, 1855. 9927, D. Dream life; a fable of the seasons. By Ik. Marvel

(Donald G. Mitchell). New York, 1851. Mitford, 6155, D. Belford Regis; or sketches of a country town. By Mary

Russell Mitford. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1835.
10836, D. Belford Regis; or sketches of a country town. By Mary

Russell Mitford. London, 1854.
10757, D. Atherton and other tales. By Mary Russell Mitford.

Boston, 1854.
Montgomery, 10221, D. Eagle Pass; or life on the border. By Cora Mont-

gomery. New York, 1852. Moodie, 10867, D. Flora Lyndsay; or passages in an eventful life. By Mrs.

Moodie. New York, 1854. 10533, D. Mark Hurdlestone, the gold worshipper. By Mrs. Moodie.

2 vols. London, 1853. More, 7762, D. Domestic tales and allegories, illustrating human life. The

Shepherd of Salisbury Plain; Mr. Fantom; The two shoemakers;

es the poacher; The servant turned soldier; The general jail de

livery. By Hannah More. New York, 1844. Morgan, 1944, D. The wild Irish girl ; a national tale, by Miss Owenson

(Lady Morgan). Philadelphia, 1807. 7198, D. The book without a name. By Sir T. Charles and Lady

Morgan. 2 vols. New York, 1841.
Moriarty, 6777, D. The wife hunter. By the Moriarty family. Edited by

Denis Ignatius Moriarty, Esq. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1838.
6778, D. The husband hunter; or Das Schiksal. By Denis Igna-

tius Moriarty. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1839. Morier, 9438. Martin Toutrond; or adventures of a Frenchman in London.

By James Morier. London, 1849. Moss, 7072, D. The romance of Jewish history. By the Misses C. and M.

Moss. 2 vols. London, 1810. Mountford, 8057, D. Martyria ; a legend wherein are contained homilies,

conversations, and incidents of the reign of Edward the Sixth. By William Mountford, clerk. London, 1845.

10061, D. Thorpe; a quiet English town, and human life therein.

By William Mountford. Boston, 1852. Munchausen, 11294, D. The surprising travels and adventures of Baron Mun

chausen. Halifax, 1853. Murray, 11205, 0. & 7701, D. The prairie bird. By the Hon. Charles

Augustus Murray. New York and London, 1814. 12016, 0. The trapper's bride; or spirit of adventure. By the

author of the Prairie Bird. Cincinnati, 1848. Neal, 9389, D. The gossips of Rivertown, with sketches in prose and verse.

By Alice B. Neal. Philadelphia, 1850. 7805, D. Charcoal sketches; or scenes in a metropolis. By Joseph C.

Neal. Philadelphia, 1844. 7814, D. Peter Ploddy, and other oddities. By Joseph C. Neal. Philadelphia, 1844.

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