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Jones, 10391, D. Eminent characters of the English revolutionary period. By Edwin Owen Jones. London, 1853. — 12058, O. Autobiography of the late William Jones, M.A., author of the “history of the Waldenses,” &c. Edited by his son. London, 1846. 7112 & 7300, D. The life of Paul Jones. By Alexander Slidell Mackenzie. 2 vols. Boston, 1841. Jordan, 10970, D. A journal of the life and religious labors of Richard Jordan, late of New Jersey. Philadelphia, printed. London, 1829. Joseph II, 10887, O. Histoire de Joseph II., Empereur d'Allemagne. Par M. C. Paganel. Paris, 1843. (See p. 1486.) , Josephine, 10986, O. Memoires sur l'impératrice Josephine, ses contemporains, la cour de Navarre et de la Malmaison. 3 tom. Paris, 1828. —— 8708, D. Historical and secret memoirs of the Empress Josephine. By Mademoiselle M. A. Le Normand. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1848. — 9956, D. Life of the Empress Josephine. y C. Headley. Auburn, 1850. —— 9825, D. History of the Empress Josephine, by John S. C. Abbott. New York, 1851. Judson, 9698, O. A biography of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, and of Washington and Patrick Henry, with an appendix containing the constitution of the United States, and other documents. By L. Carroll Judson, of the Philadelphia Bar. Philadelphia, 1839. — 10647, D. The lives of Mrs. Ann H. Judson, Mrs. Sarah B. Judson, and Mrs. Emily C. Judson, missionaries to Burmah, by Arabella W. Stuart (Mrs. A. M. Wilson). Auburn, 1853. Julius Caesar, 9069, D. History of Julius Caesar. By Jacob Abbott. New York, 1849. Justin Martyr, 9393, O. Some account of the writings and opinions of Justin * By John, Bishop of Lincoln. 2d edition revised. London, 836. 76.16, D. Justin Martyr, his life by the Rev. C. Semisch, of Trebnitz, Silesia. Translated by J. E. Ryland. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1843. Kant, 11404, O. Histoire de la vie et de la philosophie de (Immanuel) Kant. Par Amand Saintes. Paris, 1844. Ravanagh, 9965, D. Women of Christianity, exemplary for acts of piety and charity. By Julia Kavanagh. With portraits. London and New York, 1852. Rean, 6114, D. The life of Edmund Kean. 2 vols. London, 1835. Keats, 8834, 8838 & 8943, D. Life, letters and literary remains of John Keats. Edited by Richard Moncton Milnes. New York and London, 1848. Keith, 9016, D. Memoirs and correspondence of Sir R. Murray Keith ; with a memoir of Queen Carolina Matilda of Denmark. Edited by Mrs. Gillespie Smith. London, 1849. Kelly, 10101, D. Visiting my relations and its results; a series of small * in the life of a recluse. (By Mary Ann Kelty.) London, Kent, 12007, O. A discourse on the life, character and public services of so Kent, late Chancellor, &c. By John Duer. New York, 848. Kent, Duke of 12469, O. The life of field-marshal H. R. H. Edward, Duke of Kent. By Erskine Neale. London, 1850. Kepler, 7078, D. The lives of Galileo, Tycho Brahe and Kepler, by Sir David Brewster. London, 1841. Keppel, 10612, O. The life of Augustus Viscount Keppel, Admiral of the

White. By the Hon. and Rev. Thomas Keppel. 2 vols. London, 1842. Kidd, 10458, D. An historical sketch of Robin Hood and Captain Kidd. By William W. Campbell. New York, 1853. Kincaid, 6181, D. Random shots from a rifleman. By J. Kincaid. London, 1835. King, 11191, O. A selection from the speeches and writings of the late Lord King; with a memoir. By Earl Fortescue. London, 1844. Kirby, 12918, O. Life of the Rev. William Kirby, M. A., Rector of Barham. By John Freeman. London, 1852. Kirkaldy, 9012, D. Memoirs and adventures of Sir William Kirkaldy. Edinburgh, 1849. Kirkland, 10329, O. 7. A discourse on the life and character of the Rev. John T. Kirkland, D. D., LL. D. By Alexander Young. Boston, 1840. Kmety, 12995, 0. 6. A refutation of some of the principal misstatements in Görgei's “life and actions in Hungary.” With critical remarks on his character as a military leader. By George Kmety, late general in the Hungarian army of Independence. London, 1852. (See p. 1591.) Knibb, 11.884, O. Memoir of William Knibb, missionary in Jamaica. By J. H. Hinton. London, 1847. Knight, 8642, D. Half hours with the best authors, with biographical notices. 4 vols. By Charles Knight. New York, 1847. Knighton, 9627 & 9637, O. Memoirs of Sir William Knighton, Bart., keeper of the privy purse to King George the Fourth. Including correspondence with many distinguished persons. By Lady Knighton. Philadelphia and London, 1838. Knox, 13337, O. A narrative of transactions relative to a sermon preached by Vicesimus Knox, D. D. London, 1793. Kosciusko, 10724, O. Thadée Kosciusko, dans sa vie politique et intime, par C. Falkenstein. Traduit de l’Allemand par M. C. Forster. Paris, 1839. —9947, 0. Thaddāus Kosciuszko. Dargestelt von Karl Falkenstein. Leipzig, 1827. Kossuth, 10130, D. 7. Kossuth; his speeches in England; with a brief sketch of his life. London, 1851. 10790, D. 5. Kossuth and the “Times.” By the author of “Revelations of Russia.” (Henningsen.) London, 1853. — 10130, D. 8. Kossuth. London, 1851. – 10817, D. Hungary and its revolutions; with a memoir of Louis Kossuth. London, 1854. (See p. 1548.) Lafarge, 7223 & 7233, D. Memoirs of Madame Lafarge; written by herself. 2 vols. London and Philadelphia, 1841. Lafayette, 9537 & 9547, O. Memoirs, correspondence and manuscripts of General Lafayette. Published by his family. New York, 1837. 3 vols. London, 1837. — 9315, O. & 6159, D. Recollections of the private life of General Lafayette. By M. Jules Cloquet, M. D. London, 1835, and New York, 1836. — 11398, D. The life of General Lafayette. By P. C. Headley. Auburn, 1854. 12509, O. 12. Oration on the life and character of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette before Congress. By John Quincy Adams. Washington, 1845. Lamartine, 11840, O. Histoire des Girondins. Par M. A. de Lamartine. Tom. 8. Paris, 1847.

Lamartine, 8570, 8625 & 8699, D. History of the Girondists; or personal memoirs of the patriots of the French Revolution. By Alphonse de Lamartine. 2 vols. London, 1847. 3 vols. New York, 1847. —— 8893, D. 2. Historical characters of the revolution. By M. de Lamartine. London, 1848. 8893, D. 3. Lamartine and the men of the republic. London, 1848. —— 9032, D. 1. Three months in power; a history and vindication. By A. De Lamartine. London, 1848. 12190, O. Les confidences, par A. de Lamartine. Paris, 1849. —— 8981, D. Les confidences. Confidential disclosures. By Alphonse de Lamartine. New York, 1849. —— 12701, O. 7. Additional memoirs of my youth. By A. de Lamartine. New York, 1851. —— 13646, O. Le civilizateur, histoire de l’humanité par les grands hommes. Par M. de Lamartine. 3 tomes. Paris, 1852, '53, '54. —— 10841, D. Memoirs of celebrated characters. By Alphonse de Lamartine. 2 vols. New York, 1854. Lamb, 12446, O. Memoir of the life and times of General John Lamb, who commanded West Point at the time of Arnold's defection, and his correspondence. By Isaac Q. Leake. Albany, 1850. — 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. — 8825, D. & 8927, D. Literary sketches and letters, being the final memorials of Charles Lamb, never before published. By T. N. Talfourd. New York and London, 1849. Landon, 7114 & 7140, D. Life and literary remains of L. E. L. By Laman Blanchard. 2 vols. Philadelphia and London, 1841. Landor, 11973, O. The bushman; or life in a new country. By E. W. Landor. London, 1847. Langdale, 12868, O. Memoirs of the Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Langdale. By Thomas D. Hardy. 2 vols. London, 1852. Langon, 9593, O. & 6575, D. Napoleon memoirs; evenings with Prince Cambaceres, second consul, &c. By Baron Langon. 2 vols. London and Philadelphia, 1838. Langton, 6222, D. Narrative of a captivity in France, from 1809 to 1814. By Richard Langton. 2 vols. Lofdon, 1836. La Motte, 13425, O. 3. Mémoires justificatifs de la Comtesse de Valois de la Motte, 6crits par elle-même. London, 1789. Landmann, 10281, D. - Adventures and recollections of Col. Landmann. 2 vols. London, 1852. 11310, D. Recollections of my military life. By Col. Landmann. 2 vols. London, 1854. Lardner, 6093, D. Cabinet of biography, conducted by the Rev. D. Lardner, &c. Eminent literary and scientific men of Italy, Spain, and Portugal. 2 vols. London, 1835. 6356, D. The cabinet of biography. By the Rev. D. Lardner. Eminent literary and scientific men of Great Britain and Ireland. 3 vols. London, 1836 Lauzan, 10164, O. Mámoires de M. le Duc Lauzan. A Paris, 1822. Lavater, 7344, D. Memoirs of John Caspar Lavater and his widow, with Lavater's correspondence with the Oberlins. By P. I. Heisch, Esq. London, 1842. Lawrance, 9586, O. Historical memoirs of the Queens of England, from the commencement of the 12th century. By Hannah Lawrance. London, 1838.

Lawrence, 13752, O. Extracts from the diary and correspondence of the late Amos Lawrence; with a brief account of his life. Edited by his son, William R. Lawrence, M. D. Boston, 1855.

—— 7937, D. Adventures of an officer in the service of Runjeet Singh. By Major H. M. Lawrence. 2 vols. London, 1845.

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Law, 1140, D. Memoirs of John Law, of Lauriston, including an account of the Mississippi system. By John P. Wood. Portrait. Edinburgh, 1824.

Lead, 9199, D. A fountain of gardens: a diary. By Jane Lead. London, (about 1702.) Leech, 7556, D. Thirty years from home, or a voice from the main deck; being thc experience of Samuel Leech. Boston, 1843. Lee, 9753, O. Observations on the writings of Thomas Jefferson, with particular reference to the attack they contain on the memory of the late General Henry Lee. By H. Lee. Second edition, with an introduction and notes. By Charles H. Lee. Philadelphia, 1839. 13414, O. 2. The same. New York, 1832. Lefevre, 7578, D. The life of a travelling physician (Sir George Lefevre), from his first introduction to practice, including twenty years' wanderings through Europe. 3 vols. London, 1843. Legaré, 11645, O. Writings of Hugh Swinton Legaré, late Attorney-General and acting Secretary of State of the United States. Prefaced by a memoir of his life. Embellished with a portrait. Edited by his sister. 2 vols. Charleston, 1846. Leibnitz, 7894, D. Life of Godfrey William von Leibnitz. Boston, 1845. Leo X., 11359, O. Histoire de León X. Par Audin. 2 tomes. Paris, 1844. Lessing, 6829, D. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing's Leben, nebst seinem noch iibrigen litterarischen Nachlasse, herausgegeben von R. G. Lessing. 3 bde. Berlin, 1793. Lester, 11723, O. The artists of America, a series of biographical sketches of American artists. With portraits. By C. E. Lester. New York, 1846. Leupolt, 8479, D. Recollections of an Indian missionary. By Rev. C. B. Leupolt. London, 1846. Leverett, 11355, D. Wiri Romae. With notes by Frederic P. Leverett, and Thos G. Bradford. Boston, 1839. Lewes, 8010, D. A biographical history of philosophy. By G. H. Lewes. 3 vols. London, 1845. Lewis, 12797, O. Lives of the friends and contemporaries of Lord Chancellor Clarendon; illustrative of portraits in his gallery. By Lady Theresa Lewis. 3 vols. London, 1852. 9804, O. The life and correspondence of M. G. Lewis, author of the Monk, &c. with many pieces in prose and verse, never before published. 2 vols. London, 1839. Lind, 9660, D. Memoranda of the life of Jenny Lind. By N. Parker Willis. Philadelphia, 1851. Lindsay, 12284, O. Lives of the Lindsays, or a memoir of the houses of Crawford and Balcarres. By Lord Lindsay. 3 vols. London, 1849. Gift of the author. Lister, 10807, O. The autobiography of Joseph Lister, of Bradford, in Yorkshire. 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, O. Portraits of eminent Americans now living; includin President Pierce and his Cabinet; with biographical and historic

memoirs of their lives and actions. By John Livingston, New York, 1854. Gift of George W. Carpenter. Livingston, 13006, O. Portraits of eminent Americans now living: with biographical and historical memoirs of their lives and actions. By John Livingston. 2 vols. New York, 1853. Locke, 13027, O. Book of the Lockes. A genealogical and historical record of the descendants of William Locke, of Woburn. With an appendix containing a history of the Lockes in England, also of the family of John Locke, of Hampden, N. H., &c. By John Goodwin Locke. Boston, 1853. Logan, 10194, D. Memoir of James Logan, a distinguished scholar and Christian legislator, founder of the Loganian Library, &c. Including correspondence now first printed. By Wilson Armistead. London, 1851. Longacre, 2610, Q. The National portrait gallery of distinguished Americans. Conducted by James B. Longacre and James Herring. 4 vols. Philadelphia, 1836. Vol. 1 contains the lives and portraits of George Washington. Martha Washington. Charles Carroll, of Carrollton. Major General Nathaniel Greene. Major General Anthony Wayne. Major General William Moultrie. Major General Israel Putnam. Colonel Timothy Pickering. Governor Isaac Shelby. Governor Aaron Ogden. John Marshall, LL.D., Chief Justice United States. Edward Shippen, LL.D., Chief Justice of Pennsylvania. Brigadier-General Jonathan Williams. * Daniel D. Tompkins, Vice-President United States. Hon. Henry Clay, United States Senate. Andrew Jackson, President United States. Hon. Daniel Webster. Hon. William Wirt. Hon. Lewis Cass. Commodore Thomas Macdonough, U. S. N. Major General Alexander Macombe. Hon. Joel R. Poinsett, LL.D. Hon. Josiah S. Johnston. Hon. Edward Livingstone. Hon. Louis McLane. Rt. Rev. Wm. White, D. D. Rev. Timothy Dwight, LL.D. Hon. Joel Barlow. Colonel John Trumbull. Gilbert Charles Stuart, Esq. Samuel Latham Mitchell, M.D. Theodore Romeyn Beck, M. D. Washington Irving, Esq. Catharine M. Sedgwick. James Fenimore Cooper, Esq. Vol. 2 contains— Benjamin Franklin, LL.D. Thomas Jefferson, Third President U. S.

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