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HISTORY OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE.

Bessé, 10755, D. The Turkish empire; its historical, statistical and religious condition; also its manners, customs, &c. By Alfred de Bessé. Translated and enlarged by Edward Joy Morris. Philadelphia, 1854. Bouvet, 10632 & 10914, D. The Czar and the Sultan; or Nicholas and Abdul Medjid; their private lives and public actions. By Adrian Gilson. To which is added the Turks in Europe, their rise and decadence. By Francis Bouvet. New York and London, 1853. Cadalvene, 10859, O. Deux années de l'histoire d'Orient, 1839–40, faisant suite à l'histoire de la guerre de Méhémed Ali en Syrie et en Asie Mineure, 1832–33. Par E. de Cadalvene et E. Barrault. 2 tom. Paris, 1841. Cass, 10918, 0. 6. An historical, geographical and statistical account of the Island of Candia, or ancient Crete. By the American Minister at Paris (Cass). Richmond, 1839. Chesney, 10731, D. See p. 1483. Cousin, 7105, D. Histoire de Constantinople depuis la régne de l’ancien Justin jusqu’à la fin-de l'empire, traduite sur les originaux Grecs, par M. Cousin. 8 tom. Paris, 1685. Gift of the Hon. Thos. Sergeant. Davy, 10754, O. Notes and observations on the Ionian Islands and Malta; with some remarks on Constantinople and Turkey, and on the system of quarantine as at present conducted. By John Davy, M. D. 2 vols. London, 1842. Dix, 11396, D. The unholy alliance; an American view of the war in the east. By William G. Dix. New York, 1855. Finlay, 13083, O. History of the Byzantine Empire from 716 to 1057. By George Finlay. Edinburgh, 1853. Fraser, 11311, D. Turkey, ancient and modern. A history of the Ottoman empire. By the Rev. R. W. Fraser. Edinburgh, 1854. Grassi, 10013, O. Charte Turque ou organisation religieuse, civile et militaire de l'Empire Ottoman, par M. Grassi (Alfio). 2 vols. Paris, 1825. Gurowski, 10790, D. 1. The Turkish question. By Count A. de Gurowski. New York, 1854. Hamley, 11368, D. The story of the campaign; a narrative written in a tent in the Crimea. By Maj. E. Bruce Hamley. Boston, 1855. Hamont, 10856, O. See p. 1510. Hunter, 7.323, D. Narrative of the late expedition to Syria under Sir Robert Stopford. By W. P. Hunter, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1843. Jervis, 10085, D. History of the island of Corfu, and of the Republic of the Ionian Islands. By Henry Jervis White Jervis, Esq. London, 1852. Juchereau, 11349, O. Histoire de l'Empire Ottoman depuis 1792, jusqu'en 1844. Par le Baron Juchereau de St. Denys. 4 tomes. Paris, 1844. Lamartine, 13210, O. Histoire de la Turquie par A. de Lamartine. 2 tomes. Paris, 1855. 11208, D. History of Turkey. By A. de Lamartine. Vol. 1. New York, 1855. Larpent, 13575, O. Turkey: its history and progress. From the journals and correspondence of Sir James Porter, fifteen years ambassador at Constantinople. Continued to the present time, with a memoir of Sir James Porter, by his grandson, Sir George Larpent. 2 vols. London, 1854. McFarlane, 12486, O. & 9535, D. Turkey and its destiny. By Charles McFarlane, Esq. 2 vols. London and Philadelphia, 1850.

Marmont,9882, 0.1. The present state of the Turkish empire. By Marshal Marmont, duc de Raguse. With notes by Lt. Colonel Sir F. Smith. London, 1839. Mengin, 10731, O. See p. 1510. Molike, 13584, O. The Russians in Bulgaria and Rumelia in 1828 and 1829; during the campaigns of the Danube, &c. From the German of Baron Won Moltke. London, 1854. Müffling, 11485, D. Narrative of my mission to Constantinople and St. Peters: burg, in 1829 and 1830. By Baron Müffling. Translated by David Jardine. London, 1855. Napier, 7368, D. The war in Syria. By Commodore Sir Charles Napier. 2 vols. London, 1842. Ockley, 8540, D. See p. 1503. Peard, 11473, D. Narrative of a campaign in the Crimea: including an account of the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman. By Lieut. George S. Peard. London, 1855. Perier, 10719, O. La Syrie, sous le gouvernement de Mehemet Ali, jusqu’eu 1840. Par M. F. Perier. Paris, 1842. Ranke, 10703, D. The history of Servia and the Servian revolution. With a sketch of the insurrection in Bosnia. By Leopold Ranke. Translated from the German by Mrs. Alexander Kerr. To which is added the Slave provinces of Turkey, chiefly from the French of Cyprien Robert. London, 1853. (Bohn's standard library.) 11875, O. A history of Servia and the Servian Revolution. By Leopold Ranke. London, 1847. 10946, O. History of the Spanish and Ottoman empires in the 16th and 17th centuries. By Leopold Ranke. London, 1843. Ross, 9432, O. Opinions of the European press on the Eastern question. Translated from Turkish, German, French, and English newspapers and reviews. Edited by David Ross, of Bladensburgh, Esq. London, 1836. Schimmer, 8629, D. 2. See p. 1487. Skene, 12756, 0.4. The three eras of Ottoman history; a political essay on the late reforms in Turkey, considered in reference to war. By James H. Skene, Esq. London, 1851. Slade, 9982, 0.2. The Sultan and Mehemet Ali; or the present crisis in Turkey. By Adolphus Slade. London, 1839. Southgate, 11360, D. & 11193, D. The war in the East. By Rt. Rev. Horatio Southgate. New York, 1854. St. John, 10634 & 10901, D. The Turks in Europe; a sketch of manners and politics in the Ottoman Empire. By Bayle St. John. London, 1853. Von Hammer, 9933, O. Geschichte des Osmanischen Reiches, durch Joseph Von Hammer. 7 Band. Pest, 1827–31. Note. For other works relating to the war of 1855 in the East, see McCormick, p. 1407; Nos. 11363 and 11364, p. 1410; Mackintosh and Schimmel. pfennig, p. 1209; Gurowski, p. 1458; Royer and Morell, p. 1484; Jesse and Joyce, p. 1483; and Russell, p. 1468.

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Barker, 13167, O. Lares and penates; or Cilicia and its governors; being a short historical account of that province from the earliest times to the present day; together with a description of some household gods

of the ancient Cilicians, broken up by them on their conversion to Christianity, first discovered by the author, William Burckhart Barker. Edited by William Francis Ainsworth. London, 1853. Boisgelin, 2461, Q. Ancient and modern Malta. By Lewis de Boisgelin. London, 1805. Bötticher, 9901, O. Geschichte der Carthager, nach den Quellen bearbeiten. Von Dr. Wilhelm Bötticher. Berlin, 1827. Briggs, 12974, O. The Parsis; or modern Zerdusthans; a sketch. By Henry G. Briggs. Edinburgh, 1852. Buret, 10663, O. Question d'Afrique; de la double conquête de l'Algérie, par la guerre et la colonization. Par Eugene Buret. Paris, 1842. Caxton, 1261, F. The recuile of the histories of Troie, first translated out of Latin in to Frenche by Raoul le feure, in the yere from Thincarnacion MCCCCLXIIII, and out of Frenche by William Caxton. Where in be declared the myghty prowesses of Hercules, the valyant actes of Hector and the renomed dedes of many other notable persones of famous memory, worthy to bee rede and diligently to be marked of all men, and specially of men of nobilytie and high degree. London, 1513. Gift of Thomas Chapman, Esq., of Camden, N. J. Chasseaud, 13749, O. The Druses of the Lebanon: their manners, customs, and history. With a translation of their religious code. By George Washington Chasseaud. London, 1855. Cooley, 10458, O. The negroland of the Arabs examined and explained; or an inquiry into the early history and geography of Central Africa. By W. D. Cooley. London, 1841. Cottrell, 10786, O. Recollections of Siberia, in the years 1840 and '41. By C. H. Cottrell, Esq. London, 1842. Cramer, 9799, O. A geographical and historical description of Asia Minor. By J. A. Cramer, D.D. 2 vols. Oxford, 1837. Duprat, 11408, O. Essai historique sur les races anciennes et modernes de l'Afrique Septentrionale, par Pascal Duprat. Paris, 1845. Edrehi, 9434, O. An historical account of the ten tribes settled beyond the river Sambatyon, in the east. By the Rev. Dr. M. Edrehi, native of Morocco. London, 1836. Ellis, 9725, O. History of Madagascar. By the Rev. Wm. Ellis. 2 vols. London, 1838. Gaudin, 101.23, O. Essai historique sur la législation de la Perse, précédé de la traduction du Jardin des roses de Sady. Par M. l'Abbé Gaudin. A Paris, 1789. Mason, 12466, O. A treatise on the climate and meteorology of Madeira. By the late J. A. Mason, M. D., edited by J. Sheridan Knowles and others. London, 1850. Morell, 13229, O. Algeria: the topography and history, political, social and natural of French Africa. By John Reynell Morell. London, 1854. Ockley, 8540, D. The history of the Saracens, comprising the lives of Mohammed and his successors. By Simon Ockley, B. D. 4th edition. London, 1847. Poujoulat, 10706, O. Histoire de Jerusalem. Par M. Poujoulat. 2 tom.

Paris, 1841. Procter, 10904, D. The history of the crusades. By Major Procter. London, 1854.

Pulszky, 10940, D. The tricolor on the atlas; or Algeria and the French conquest. From the German of Dr. Wagner and other sources, by Francis Pulszky, Esq. New York, 1855.

Rémusat, 10130, O. Melanges Asiatiques, ou choix de morceaux critiques et de mémoires relatifs aux religions, aux sciences, a l'histoire et à la

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géographie des nations Orientales, par M. Abel Rémusat. 2 vols. Paris, 1825. Izussell, 6098, D. History and present condition of the Barbary States. By the Rev. Michael Russell. Edinburgh, 1835. Sumner, 10447, D. White slavery in the Barbary States. By Charles Sumner. Boston, 1853. Taylor, 2292, Q. Oriental historical manuscripts, in the Tamil language; translated with annotations. By William Taylor, missionary. 2 vols. in one. Madras, 1835. Wauz, 9602, D. Nineveh and Persepolis. An historical sketch of ancient Assyria and Persia. With the recent researches. By W. S. W. w Waux. London, 1850. Von Hammer, 9993, O. Die Geschichte der Assassinen, aus morgenländischen Quellen, durch Joseph Von Hammer. Stuttgard, 1818. 6121, D. The history of the Assassins. Derived from oriental sources. By the Chevalier Joseph Won Hammer. London, 1835. Walpole, 12743, O. The Ansayrie and the Assassins, with travels in the further East in 1850–51. Including a visit to Nineveh. By Lieut. the Hon. F. Walpole, R. N. 3 vols. London, 1851. Zimmerman, 10336, O. Memoir of the countries about the Caspian and Aral Seas; illustrative of the late Russian expedition against Khivah, from the German of Lieut. Carl Zimmerman. London, 1841. 9338, O. Asiatic researches; or transactions of the society instituted in Bengal for inquiring into the history, antiquities, etc. of Asia. 10 vols. London, 1836, etc. 2376, Q. Diplomatic transactions in Central Asia, from 1834 to '39. London, 1841. 10919, O. 11. Remarques géographiques sur les parties inférieures du cours du Senegal et de celui de la Gambie. 13543, 0.2. Report of the Madeira Relief Fund Committee, established in 1853. Gift of Robert Adams. 6400, D. The wrongs of the Caffre nation; a narrative by Justus. London, 1837. 1 9520, O. 11. Testimonies of the fertility of ancient Palestine. London, 838.

HISTORY OF CHINA AND JAPAN.

Biot, 10855, O. Dictionnaire des nommes anciens et modernes des villes et arrondissements compris dans l'Empire Chinois. Par Edouard Biot. Paris, 1842. Callery, 10631, D. History of the insurrection in China; with notices of the Christianity, creed and proclamations of the insurgents. By MM. Callery and Yvan. Translated from the French; with a supplementary chapter, narrating the most recent events, by John Oxenford. With a facsimile of a Chinese map of the course of the insurrection and a portrait of Tien-Te, its chief. New York, 1853. Davis. See p. 1412. Fishbourne, 11481, D. Impressions of China, and the present revolution, its progress and prospects. By Capt. Fishbourne. London, 1855. Gingell, 2615, Q. The ceremonial usages of the Chinese, B. C. 1121, as prescribed in the “Institutes of the Chow dynasty strung as pearls.” Translated from the original Chinese; with notes, by William Ray. mond Gingell, interpreter. London, 1852.

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