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Amos Lawrence; with a brief account of his life. Edited by his son,
7937, D. Adventures of an officer in the service of Runjeet Singh.
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the Mississippi system. By John P. Wood. Portrait. Edinburgh,
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(about 1702.) Leech, 7556, D. Thirty years from home, or a voice from the main deck;
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his first introduction to practice, including twenty years' wanderings
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Clarendon ; illustrative of portraits in his gallery. By Lady Theresa
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Monk, &c. with many pieces in prose and verse, never before pub
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Philadelphia, 1851. Lindsay, 12284, 0. Lives of the Lindsays, or a memoir of the houses of
Crawford and Balcarres. By Lord Lindsay. 3 vols. London, 1849.
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shire. Edited by Thomas Wright. London, 1842. Little, 7868, D. Life on the ocean, or twenty years at sea. By George Little,
now entirely blind. 2d edition. Boston, 1844. Livingston, 13249, 0. Portraits of eminent Americans now living; including
President Pierce and his Cabinet; with biographical and historical
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phical and historical memoirs of their lives and actions. By John
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Boston, 1853. Logan, 10194, D. Memoir of James Logan, a distinguished scholar and
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Conducted by James B. Longacre and James Herring. 4 vols.
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