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Charles V., 12465, 0. Correspondence of the Emperor Charles V. and his
ambassadors at the courts of England and France. Edited by Wm.
Bradford. London, 1850. Chesterfield, 11441, 0. The letters of Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Ches
terfield, including numerous letters now first published from the original manuscripts. Edited with notes by Lord Mahon. 5 vols.
London, 1845, &c. Cicero, 10358,0. The life and letters of Marcus Tullius Cicero. The life of
Cicero by Dr. Middleton. Cicero's letters to several of his friends, translated by Wm. Melmoth. Cicero's letters to Atticus, translated
by Dr. Heberden. London, 1840. Cole, 10487, D. The course of empire, voyage of life and other pictures of
Thomas Cole, N. A., with selections from his letters and miscellane
ous writings. By Charles L. Noble. New York, 1853. Columbus, 12375, 0. Select letters of Christopher Columbus, with original
documents relating to his four voyages to the new world. Translated and edited by R. H. Major, Esq. London. Printed for the Hakluyt
Society. 1847. Combe, 12470, O. & 9524, D. The life and correspondence of Andrew Combe,
M. D. By George Combe. Edinburgh and Philadelphia, 1850. Copleston, 12627, O. Memoir of Edward Copleston, D. D., Bishop of Llan
daff; with selections from his diary and correspondence. By Wil
liam James Copleston, M. A. London, 1851. Cornwallis, 7462, D. The private correspondence of Lady Jane Cornwallis,
1613, 1644. London, 1842. Cowper, 6135, D. See p. 1242. Cox, 12589, 0. 17. Correspondence between Rev. Samuel H. Cox, D.D.,
and Frederick Douglass, a fugitive slave. New York, 1846. Crespigny, 13032, 0. Letters of advice from a mother (Mrs. Crespigny) to
Portrait inserted and autograph. London, 1853. Cromwell, 9399, D. Oliver Cromwell sa vie privée, ses discours publics, sa
correspondence particulière. Par M. P. Chasles. Paris, 1817. Curwen, 10747, 0. Journal and letters of the late Samuel Curwen, judge of
admiralty, &c., an American refugee in England, from 1775 to 1784. Comprising remarks on the prominent men and measures of that period. To which are added biographical notices of the American loyalists and other eminent persons. By George Atkinson Ward.
New York, 1842. D'Arblay, 10561, O. & 7264, D. Diary and letters of Madame D'Arblay,
author of Evelina, Cecilia, &c. Edited by her niece. 5 vols. Phila
delphia and London, 1842. Doane, 12239, 0. Correspondence and remarks in regard to Bishop Doane's
signature of the name of Horace Binney as a subscriber to the new church edifice in Burlington. Philadelphia, 1849. Gift of Thomas
Dunlap, Esq. Du Deffand, 10158, 0. Correspondence inédite de Mme. du Deffand, suivie
des lettres de M. de Voltaire à Mme. du Deffand. 2 vols. Paris, 1809.
10005, 0. Lettres de la Marquise du Deffand à Horace Walpole et
à Voltaire. 4 vols. A Paris, 1812. Dudley, 10381, 0. Letters of the Earl of Dudley to the Bishop of Llandaff.
London, 1840. Du Pan, 12841, 0. Mémoires et correspondance de Mallet Du Pan, mise
en ordre par A. Sayous. 2 tomes. Paris, 1851. Eldon, 11214 & 11237, 0. The public and private life of Lord Chancellor
Eldon, with selections from his correspondence. By Horace Twiss,
Evelyn, 10066, D. Diary and correspondence of John Evelyn, F. R. S. To
which is subjoined the private correspondence between King Charles I. and Sir Edward Nicholas, and between Sir Edward Hyde, afterwards Earl of Clarendon and Sir Richard Browne. Edited from the original MSS. by William Bray, Esq. New edition. 4 vols. London,
1850. Fairfax, 12113, 0. The Fairfax correspondence; memoirs of the reign of
Charles the first. Edited by Geo. W. Johnson, Esq. 4 vols. Lon
don, 1848. Fox, 13089, 0. & 10474, D. Memorials and correspondence of Charles James
Fox. Edited by Lord John Russell. 2 vols. London and Phila
delphia, 1853. Goethe, 6455, D. Goethe's correspondence with a child. 2 vols. London,
1837. 6825, D. Briefwechsel zwischen Schiller und Goethe in den Jahren
1794 bis 1805. 6 Bde. Stuttgard, 1828, '29. 6664, D. N. S. Vol. 1. Correspondence between Schiller and Goethe,
1794 to 1805. Translated by George H. Calvert. New York, 1815. Gray, 13598, 0. The correspondence between Thomas Gray and William
Mason, with letters of Gray to the Rev. James Brown. With notes
by Rev. John Mitford. London, 1853. Grenville, 12788, 0. The Grenville papers; being the correspondence of
Richard Grenville, Earl Temple and the Rt. Hon. George Grenville, their friends and contemporaries. Edited with notes by William James
Smith, Esq. 4 vols. London, 1852. Hamilton, 13151, 0. The works of Alexander Hamilton, comprising his correspondence. 7 vols. New York, 1850.
New York, 1850. Gift of the Senate of U. States. Harle, 9594, D. Letters to a young member of Parliament. By W. S.
Harle. London, 1850. Howard, 2367, Q. A collection of letters from the original MSS. of many
princes, great personages and statesmen ; together with some curious and scarce tracts and pieces of antiquity, religious, political and moral.
By L. Howard, D. D. London, 1753. Howell, 9160, D. Familiar letters, domestic and foreign, upon emergent occa
sions. By James Howell, Esq. London, 1713. Hume, 10614, 0. Letters of David Hume, and extracts from letters referring
to him. Edited by Thomas Murray, LL. D. Edinburgh, 1841. · 11703, 0. Life and correspondence of David Hume, from the papers
bequeathed by his nephew to the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and other original sources. By John Hill Burton. 2 vols. Edinburgh,
1846. 12199, 0. Letters of eminent persons addressed to David Hume.
Edinburgh, 1849. Huss, 8335, D. Letters of John Huss, with Martin Luther's preface. Edin
burgh, 1846. Jeffrey, 12787, 0. & 10027, D. Life of Lord Jeffrey. With a selection from his correspondence. By Lord Cockburn. 2 vols.
2 vols. Edinburgh and Philadelphia, 1852. Keats, 8943, D. Life, letters and literary remains of John Keats. Edited by
R. Moncton Milnes. 2 vols. London, 1848. Lamb, 8825, D. Literary sketches and letters, being the final memorials of
Charles Lamb, never before published. By T. N. Talfourd. New
York, 1849. 6424, 6427 & 6456, D. The letters of Charles Lamb, with a sketch of
his life. By Thomas Noon Talfourd. 2 vols. London, 1837. New York, 1838.
Lerminier, 10147, 0. Lettres philosophiques. Par E. Lerminier. Paris,
1832. Lespinasse, 10023, 0. Lettres de Mademoiselle de Lespinasse, 1773, 1776,
suivies de deux chapitres dans le génie du voyage sentimental de Sterne. 2 vols. A Paris, 1809.
10024, 0. Nouvelles lettres de Mlle. de Lespinasse, suivies d'autres
opuscules inédits du même auteur. A Paris, 1820. Lewis, 9804, 0. The life and correspondence of M. G. Lewis, author of the
Monk, &c., with many pieces in prose and verse never before pub
lished. 2 vols. London, 1839. Locke, 12289, 0. Original letters of John Locke, Alg. Sidney and Lord
Shaftesbury. By T. Forster. 2d edition. London, 1817. Pri
vately printed. Louis XVIII., 11353, 0. Lettres et instructions de Louis XVIII., au Comte
de St. Priest. Paris, 1845. Lyttleton, 11610, 0. Memoirs and correspondence of George, Lord Lyttleton,
from 1734 to 1773. Compiled by Robert Phillimore. 2 vols. Lon
don, 1845. Luxborough, 13431, 0. Letters written by Lady Luxborough to Wm. Shen
stone, Esq. (Portrait and biographical sketch inserted by E. D.
Ingraham.) London, 1775. Madison, 9859, 0. The papers of James Madison, being his correspondence,
reports of debates, &c. Published under the superintendence of
Henry D. Gilpin, Esq. 3 vols. Washington, 1840. Malmesbury, 11199, 0. Diaries and correspondence of James Harris, first
Earl of Malmesbury. Edited by his grandson, the third Earl. 4
vols. London, 1844. Marlborough, 8828, D. Memoirs of the Duke of Marlborough, with his origi
nal correspondence. By William Coxe. Revised by John Wade. 3 vols. London, 1847.
9590, 0. Private correspondence of Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, illustrative of the court and times of Queen Anne; with sketches and opinions of her contemporaries, and the select correspondence of her husband, John, Duke of Marlborough. 2 vols.
London, 1838. Mary, 7426, D. Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots, and documents connected
with her personal history. Now first published; with an introduc
tion. By Agnes Strickland. 3 vols. London, 1812. Miller, 7527, D. Letters from a father to his sons in college. By Samuel
Miller, D. D. Philadelphia, 1843. 11223, D. Letters on clerical manners and habits : addressed to a student in the theological seminary at Princeton, N. J. By Samuel
Miller, D. D. Philadelphia, 1852. Gift of Presbyterian Board. Mirabeau, 12830, 0. Correspondence entre le comte de Mirabeau et le comte
de La Marck, pendant les années 1789, 1790 et 1791, recueillie, mise en ordre et publiée par M. Ad. de Barcourt. 3 tomes. Paris, 1851.
10191, 0. Lettres originales de Mirabeau, écrits du Donjon de Vincennes pendant les années 1777, 1778, 1779, et 1780, recueillés par
M. Manuel. 4 vols. A Paris, 1792. Montague, 9496 & 9505, 0. The letters and works of Lady Mary Wortley
Montague. Edited by her great grandson, Lord Wharncliffe. 3 vols.
London and Philadelphia, 1837. Montgomery, 6494, D. The Christian correspondent; letters by eminent per
sons of both sexes. By James Montgomery, Esq. 3 vols. London,
Moore, 10260, D. & 12937,0. Memoirs, journal and correspondence of Thomas
Moore. Edited by the Rt. Hon. Lord John Russell, M. P. 6 vols.
London and New York, 1853. Mozart, 8104 & 8224, D. The life of Mozart, including his correspondence.
By Ed. Holmes. London, 1845. Newton, 10498, 0. Correspondence of scientific men of the seventeenth
century, including letters of Newton and others. 2 vols. London,
1841. 12571, 0. Correspondence of Sir Isaac Newton and Professor Cotes, including letters of other eminent men. With notes, view of the philosopher's life, and details of his history. By J. Edelstone, M. A.
London, 1850. Niebuhr, 12747, 0. The life and letters of Barthold George Niebuhr. By
the Chevalier Bunsen et al. 2 vols. London, 1852. Nottidge, 9761, D. A selection from the correspondence of the Rev. J. T.
Nottidge. Edited by Rev. D. Buchanan. London, 1849. Olin, 10498, D. The life and letters of Stephen Olin, D.D., LL. D., late
president of the Wesleyan University. 2 vols. New York, 1853. Orleans, 10153, 0. Mémoires, fragmens historiques et correspondance de
Madame la Duchesse d'Orléans, Princesse Palatine mère du Régent,
précédés d'une notice par M. Phillipe Busoni. Paris, 1832. Paston, 1962 & 454, & 1082, Q. Original letters of the Paston family. 2
vols. London, 1787. Pliny, 2532, Q. 1. Caii Plinii Secundi Novocomensis Oratoris Epistolarum
Libri Octavi. Piozzi, 12085, 0.1. Love letters of Mrs. Piozzi, written when she was eighty,
to Wm. Aug. Conway. London, 1843. Gift of J. Jay Smith. Pill, 9693, 0. Correspondence of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. Edited
by the executors of his son. 4 vols. London, 1838. Pompadour, 6858, D. Letters de Madame la Marquise de Pompadour. A
Londres, 1772. Powerscourt, 6633, D. Letters and papers, by the late Theodosia A. Vis
countess Powerscourt. Edited by the Rev. Robert Daly. 2d edition.
Dublin, 1838. Reynolds, 10185, D. Letters of Richard Reynolds. With a memoir of his
life. By his granddaughter, Hannah M. Rathbone, author of the
“Diary of Lady Willoughby.” London, 1852. Schiller, 8229, D. The philosophical and ästhetic letters and essays of Schil
ler. Translated by J. Weiss. London, 1815.
Simpson. 3 vols. London, 1849.
New York, 1845. (See Goethe, p. 1311.) Shelley, 10090, D. Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley. With an introductory
essay by Robert Browning. (Forgeries.) London, 1852. Sidney, 11600, Ó. The correspondence of Sir Philip Sidney and Hubert Lan
guet. By Stewart A. Pears. London, 1845. Sigourney, 7254, D. Letters to mothers. By Mrs. Sigourney. 4th edition.
New York, 1840.
7039, D. Letters to mothers. By Mrs. L. H. Sigourney. 2d edition. New York, 1839.
7043, D. Letters to young ladies. By Mrs. L. H. Sigourney. 6th
edition. New York, 1840. Shirley, 12412, 0. Letters and memoirs of the late Walter Augustus Shirley,
D.D. Edited by Thomas Hill, B. D. London, 1849. Southey, 12528, 0. & 9441, D. The life and correspondence of Robert
Southey. Edited by his son, Rev. C. Cuthbert Southey, M. A. New
York, 1851. 6 vols. London, 1819. Sparks, 13038, 0. Remarks on a reprint of the original letters from Wash
ington to Joseph Reed, &c. By Jared Sparks. Boston, 1853. Gift
of the author. Sprague, 7038, D. Letters on practical subjects to a daughter. By William
B. Sprague, D. D. 4th American edition. New York, 1835. Story, 12721, 0. Life and letters of Joseph Story, Justice of the Supreme
Court. Edited by his son, William W. Story. 2 vols. Boston,
1851. Stradling, 7021, D. Stradling's correspondence; a series of letters written
in the reign of Queen Elizabeth ; with notices of the family of Strad
ling. Edited by the Rev. J. M. Trahene. London, 1840. Sutton, 12570, 0. The Lexington papers; or some account of the courts of
London and Vienna, at the conclusion of the 17th century. Extracted from the official and private correspondence of Robert Sutton, Lord Lexington. Edited by Hon. H. Manners Sutton. London,
1851. Taylor, 7273, D. Letters from Italy to a younger sister. By Catharine Taylor.
2 vols. London, 1810. Vasa, 12785, 0. History of Gustavus Vasa, King of Sweden ; with extracts
from his correspondence. London, 1852. Walpole, 10344 & 10516, 0. The letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford,
including numerous letters now first published from the original
2 vols. London, 1851. Washington, 12944, 0. Reprint of the original letters from Washington to
Joseph Reed, during the American Revolution. Referred to in the pamphlets of Lord Mahon and Mr. Sparks. By Wm. B. Reed.
Philadelphia, 1852. Gift of Wm. B. Reed, Esg. (See Sparks, supra.) Well, 9218, D. 2. Letters from Elizabeth Webb to Anthony Wm. Boehm,
with his answer. Philadelphia, 1781. Webster, 12825, 0. 16. Correspondence between Mr. Webster and his New
Hampshire neighbors. Washington, 1850. Wilberforce, 6961 & 7115, D. The correspondence of William Wilberforce.
Edited by his sons. 2 vols. London, 1840. Philadelphia, 1841. Wood, 8240, D. Letters of royal and illustrious ladies of Great Britain. By
Mary Anne E. Wood. 3 vols. London, 1846.