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Taylor. 3 vols. London, 1853. Hayes, 11039, D. 3. A legacy left by Alice Hayes to her children, being a
relation of her life. New York, 1807. Hazen, 10749, D. Five years before the mast, or life in the forecastle aboard
a whaler and man-of-war. By Jacob A. Hazen. 2d edition. Wood
cuts. Philadelphia, 1854. Hazlitt, 9399, 0. Literary remains of the late William Hazlitt, with a notice
of his life, by his son, and thoughts on his genius and writings, by E. L. Bulwer, Esq., and Mr. Sergeant Talfourd. 2 vols. London,
1836. Head, 9774, 0. A narrative. By Sir Francis Head. 2d edition. London,
1839. 8123 & 8513, D. The emigrant. By Sir Francis B. Head, Bart.
London, 1846, and New York, 1817. Heckevelder, 8117, D. Life of John Heckewelder. By the Rev. Edward
Rondthaler. Edited by B. H. Coates, M. D. Philadelphia, 1817. Hedge, 11954, 0. Prose writers of Germany. By Frederic H. Hedge. Phila
delphia, 1848. Heighway, 11190, D. Leila Ada, the Jewish convert. An authentic memoir.
By O. W. T. Heighway. Philadelphia, 1853. Gift of Presbyterian
her literary character, from her private correspondence. By Henry
sister. Philadelphia, 1839. Henderson, 9396, 0. The life and times of Alexander Henderson. By the
Rev. John Aiton. Edinburgh, 1836. Henry, 11029, D. The life of Patrick Henry, of Virginia. By S. G. Arnold.
Auburn, 1854. 12172, 0. An account of the life and death of the late Rev. Mr.
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Mathew Henry. Corrected and enlarged by Sir J. B. Williams. To which is added the pleasantness of religion, and an entire series of
London, 1839. 7669, D. Events of a military life. By Walter Henry, Esq. 3 vols.
London, 1843. 10246, 0. 9. Notice biographique sur M. Henry (Noel Etienne) par
M. le Baron de Silvestre. Paris, 1833. Henry IV., 11861, 11909, O. & 8648, D. The life of Henry IV., King of
France and Navarre. By G. P. R. James. 3 vols. London, 1847. Henry V., 9677, 0. Henry of Monmouth: or memoirs of the life and character
of Henry the Fifth of England. By J. Endell Tyler, D. D. 2 vols.
Tytler, Esq. Edinburgh, 1837.
Herbert. New York, 1855.
Grant. Edinburgh, 1851. Herbert, 13778, 0. Mémoires de Sir Thomas Herbert, valet de chambre de
Charles I., sur les deux dernières années du règne de ce prince.
Mémoires de Sir John Berkeley. Paris, 1823. Gift of Thomas
Balch, Esq. Herbert, 9907, D. The captains of the old world as compared with the great
modern strategists; from the Persian to the Punic wars. By Henry
William Herbert. New York, 1851. Heron, 12807, 0. Notes by Sir Robert Heron, Bart. 3d edition. London,
1852. Hervey, 9681, D. Two years in India : or the life of a young officer. By
Captain Albert Hervey. 3 vols. London, 1850. Heriot, 11135, D. Memoirs of George Heriot, jeweller to King James VI.
With an account of the hospital founded by him. Portrait. Edin.
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Franklin Bache, M. D. Philadelphia, 1850. Heywood, 10635, 0. The life of Oliver Heywood. By the Rev. Joseph Hun
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settlers of Ohio, with narratives of incidents and occurrences of 1775. By S. P. Hildreth, M. D. To which is annexed "A journal of occurrences which happened in the circles of the author's observations under Col. Benedict Arnold, at Cambridge, Mass. 1775. By Col. R.
J. Meigs." Cincinnati, 1852. Hil, 11451, 0. The life of Lord Hill, G. C. B., late commander of the forces.
By the Rev. Edwin Sidney, A. M. London, 1845. 9908,". The life of Sir Richard Hill, Bart. By the Rev. E. Sidney,
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vols. London, 1836. Hodgson, 8173, D. Reminiscences of Australia, with hints on the squatter's life.
By C. P. Hodgson. London, 1846. Hodgkinson, 13653, 0. 9. A narrative of his connection with the old Ameri
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settlers of North America, and their descendants. By Jerome B.
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of the House of Lords from 1797 to 1841. London, 1841.
1850, and New York, 1851. Hollis, 13779, 0. Mémoires de (Denzil) Hollis. Mémoires de (Robert) Hunt
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Thomas Balch, Esq. Holt, 9584, 0. Memoirs of Joseph Holt, general of the Irish rebels in 1798.
Edited from his original manuscript, by T. Crofton Croker, Esq. 2
vols. London, 1838. Home, 11502, O. An account of the life and writings of John Home, Esq.
By Henry Mackenzie. Edinburgh, 1822. Hone, 7610, D. The lives of eminent christians, by the Rev. E. B. Hone. 4
vols. London, 1843. Hood, 10458, D. An historical sketch of Robin Hood and Captain Kidd. By
William W. Campbell. New York, 1853. (See Gutch, p. 1213.) Hook, 9009, D. The life and remains of Theodore Hook. By Rev. R. H.
Barham. 2 vols. London, 1810.
Houk, 10210, D. 2. Theodore Hook: a sketch. 3d edition. London, 1852. Hooker, 11137, 0. The works of Mr. Richard Hooker, with an account of his
life and death. By Isaac Walton, M. A. 2 vols. New York, 1844. Hope, 7711, D. Memoir of James Hope, M. D., of St. George's Hospital, &c.
By Mrs. Hope. To which are added remarks on classical education, by Dr. Hope. And letters from a senior to a junior_physician, by
Dr. Burder. The whole edited by Klein Grant, M. D. London, 1843. Hopper, 10519, D. Isaac T. Hopper: a true life: By Lydia Maria Child.
Boston, 1853. Gift of Henry Palmer, Esq. Horace, 13623, 0. Life of Quintus Horatius Flaccus. By Rev. Henry Hart
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Baron Walkenaer. 2 tom. Paris, 1840. Horne, 7745 & 7780, D. A new spirit of the age. Edited by R. H. Horne.
New York, 1814. London, 1844. Horner, 10939, O. Memoirs and correspondence of Francis Horner, M. P.
Edited by his brother, Leonard Horner, Esq. F. R. S. 2 vols. Lon
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Adams. Charleston, 1835. Horsley, 10285, D. Memoirs of the lives of John Horsley, M. A. and others,
by the Rev. John Hodgson. Newcastle, 1831. Housman, 10467, 0. & 8262, D. The life and remains of the Rev. Robert
Housman, A. B. By Robert F. Housman. London, 1841, and New
Houston, farmer. Philadelphia, 1804.
also lives of distinguished European mechanics. By Henry Howe.
New York, 1847. 9617, 0. The life of Richarl Earl Howe, admiral of the fleet, and
general of marines. By Sir John Barrow, Bart. London, 1838. Howitt, 10186 & 10503, 0. The student life of Germany. By William
Howitt, from the unpublished MS. of Dr. Cornelius. London and Philadelphia, 1841. 11820, 0. Homes and haunts of the most eminent British poets. By
William Howitt. 2 vols. London, 1847. Howie, 12966, 0. The Scots worthies; originally compiled by John Howie.
Revised by James Howie; with an historical introduction by Rev.
Bobert Buchanan. Glasgow, 1851. Hoyt, 13136, 0. 7. The lives and opinions of B. F. Butler and Jesse Hoyt;
with sketches of Jacob Barker, Wm. L. Marcy, &c. by Wm. L. Mac
kenzie. Boston, 1815. Hughes, 9261, 0. Memoir of the late Rev. Joseph Hughes, one of the secre
taries of the British and Foreign Bible Society. By John Leichfield.
London, 1835. Hull , 11950, 0. Revolutionary services and civil life of William Hull. Pre
pared from his MSS. by his daughter, Mrs. Maria Campbell. Together with the history of the campaign of 1812, and surrender of the post of Detroit. By bis grandson, James Freeman Clarke. New York,
1848. Gift of the author. Humboldt, 10369, D. Lives of the brothers Humboldt, Alexander and Wil
liam. Translated and arranged from the German of Klencke and
Schlesier. By Juliette Bauer. With portraits. New York, 1853. Hume, 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. Humphreys, 9000, D. A record of the Black Prince. By H. Noel Humph.
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iscences of friends and contemporaries. 2 vols. New York and Lon
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2 vols. London, 1839. Hutchinson, 13782, 0. Mémoires de Mistress Hutchinson. 2 tomes. Paris,
1823. Gift of Thomas Balch, Esq.
8541, D. Memoirs of the life of Colonel Hutchinson. By his widow. To which is prefixed the life of Mrs. Hutchinson, by herself
. 5th edition. To which is now first added an account of the siege of
Latham House. London, 1816. (Bohn's standard library.) Hyder Naik, 10790, 0. The history of Hyder Naik, or Shums Ul Moolk,
Ameer ud Dowla. By Meer Hussein Ali Khan Kirmain. Trans
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calumnies of T. B. M'Caulay. By E. B. Impey. London, 1816. Irving, 6684, D. Lives of Scottish writers. By David Irving. 2. vols.
Edinburgh, 1839. 11490, D. Edward Irving; an ecclesiastical and literary biography.
By Washington Wilks. London, 1831. Izard, 7818, D. Correspondence of Mr. Ralph Izard, of South Carolina, from
year 1774 to 1804. With a short memoir. Vol. 1. New York,
1841. Irenæus, 10496,0. An account of the life and writings of S. Irenæus, bishop
of Lyons and martyr. By James Beaven, M. A. London, 1841. Jackman, 10319, D. The Australian captive; or a narrative of 15 years in
the life of William Jackman; including a forced residence among the cannibals of Nuyts Land. Also, including with other appendices, Australia and its gold. With woodcuts. Edited by Rev. I. Chamber
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T. Headley. New York, 1852. 11794, 0. Remains of the Rev. William Jackson, late rector of Paul's
Church, Louisville, Ky. With a brief sketch of his life and character.
By the Rev. William M. Jackson. New York, 1847.
Esq. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1839.
"Sophia Dorothea." 2 vols. London, 1848. Jamieson, 7697, D. Memoirs of the loves of the poets; biographical sketches
of women, celebrated in ancient and modern poetry. By Mrs Jamieson. Philadelphia, 1844.
8064, D. Memoirs of the early Italian painters, and of the progress
of painting in Italy. By Mrs. Jamieson. 2 vols. London, 1845. Janeway, 8716, D. Heaven upon earth ; or Jesus the best friend of man. By
James Janeway. With a history of the Janeway family. By the
Rev. H. A. Cox. New York, 1848. Jay, 7102, D. Lives of John Jay and Alexander Hamilton. New York,
1841. (See Flanders, p. 1588.) 13576, 0. & 10957, D. The autobiography of the Rev. William Jay;
with reminiscences of some distinguished contemporaries; selections from his correspondence and literary remains. Edited by George Redford, D. D., LL.D., and John Angell James. 2 vols. London,
1854, and New York, 1855. Jebb, 9117, 0. The life of John Jebb, D. D., F. R. S., with a selection from
his letters. By the Rev. Charles Forster, B. D. 2 vols. London,
1836. Jefferson, 9469, 0. The life of Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United
States. By George Tucker. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1836.
10789, D. The youth of Jefferson ; or a chronicle of college
scrapes at Williamsburg, in Virginia, A. D. 1764. New York, 1854. Jeffrey, 12787, 0. & 10027, D. Life of Lord Jeffrey; with a selection from
his correspondence. By Lord Cockburn. 2 vols. Edinburgh and
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John S. Jenkins. Auburn, 1851. Jenner, 9689, 0. The life of Edward Jenner, M. D. 2 vols. By John Baron,
M. D. London, 1838. Jerdan, 10196, D. The autobiography of William Jerdan. With his literary,
political and social reminiscences and correspondence during the last
fifty years. Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4. London, 1852, &c. Jesse, 11452, O. & 8211, D. Memoirs of the Pretenders and their adherents.
By John Heneage Jesse. 2 vols., London, 1845, and Philadelphia,
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1835. Joan of Arc, 10595, D. 3. Joan of Arc, by Lord Mahon. London, 1853.
10716, 0. Notice sur Joan d'Arc. Par MM. Michaud et Poujulat.
Paris, 1837. Johnson, 10323, D. The life of Samuel Johnson, LL D. By James Boswell,
Esq. A new edition elucidated and with copious notes, and illus-
being anecdotes and sayings of Dr. Johnson, collected from numer-
Peter Cunningham. 3 vols. London, 1854.
portraits and brief notices of the principal actors in American history; embracing distinguished women, naval and military heroes, statesmen, civilians, jurists, divines, authors and artists; together with celebrated Indian chiefs. From Christopher Columbus down to the present time. Complete in six volumes. By A. D. Jones. Vol. 1. New York, 1853.