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Steinmetz, 8331, D. The novitiate ; or a year among the English Jesuits. By Andrew Steinmetz. London, 1846. 10769, D. The novitiate; or a year among the English Jesuits; a personal narrative. With an essay on the constitutions, the confessional morality and history of the Jesuits. By Andrew Steinmetz. New York, 1846. Gift of Dr. B. H. Coates. Sterling, 9888 & 9964, D. The life of John Sterling, by Thomas Carlyle. Boston and London, 1851. (See p. 1293.) Stevens, 12923, 0.2. Memoirs of William Stevens. London, 1812. 7126 & 7267, D. Brief memoir and account of the spiritual labors of the late Mrs. Stevens. By her sister. London, 1841. Stewart, 6235, D. The history of Virgil A. Stewart, and his adventures in capturing the great “Western land pirate” and his gang. With the trial and confessions of a number of Murrell's associates, and the execution of five gamblers at Wicksburg. Compiled by H. R. How. ard. New York, 1836. 10329, O. 1. Biographical sketch and services of Commodore Charles Stewart, of the Navy of the U. S. Philadelphia, 1838. Gift of Jno. Jay Smith. — 11001, O. The hospitals and surgeons of Paris, with biographical notices of some of the most eminent living Parisian surgeons. By T. Campbell Stewart, M. D. New York, 1843. Stilling, 11135 & 11557, O. Autobiography of Heinrich Stilling, late Aulic counsellor to the Grand Duke of Baden. New York, 1844. Stirling, 12051, O. Annals of the artists of Spain. By Wm. Stirling, M. A. 3 vols. London, 1848. Stolo, 10734, D. Memoirs of Major Robert Stobo, of the Virginia regiment. (Plan of Fort Duquesne, 1754.) Pittsburg, 1854. Stone, 10484, O. The life and times of Sa-go-ye-wat-ha; or Red Jacket. By William L. Stone. New York, 1841. Story, 13705, O. 6. Discourse commemorative of the Hon. Joseph Story. By Simon Greenleaf. Boston, 1845. — 12721, O. Life and times of Joseph Story, Justice of the Supreme Court. Edited by his son, Wm. W. Story. 2 vols. Boston, 1851. — 10977, D. A brief account of the life, convincement, sufferings, labors and travels of that faithful elder and minister of Jesus Christ, Christopher Story. London, 1726. Stothard, 12744, O. Life of Thomas Stothard, R. A.; with personal reminiscences by Mrs. Bray; with illustrations from his works. London, 1851. Stoughton, 8863 & 9093, D. Spiritual heroism; or sketches of the Puritans, their character and times. By John Stoughton. London, 1848 and 1850. Stout, 12756, 0.2. Autobiography of William Stout, of Lancaster, a mem. ber of the Society of Friends 1665–1752. Edited by J. Harland. London, 1851. Stowell, 11775, O. 2. A sketch of the lives of Lords Stowell and Eldon. By W. E. Surtees. London, 1846. Strange, 11461, D. Memoirs of Sir Robert Strange, engraver, and of his brother-in-law, Andrew Lumisden. By James Dennistoun. Lon. don, 1855. Strickland, 9669 & 9746, D. Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English - Princesses connected with the regal succession of Great Britain. By * Strickland. 5 vols. New York, 1851, &c. London, 1850,
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Strickland, 13077, O. Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman conquest. Now first published from official records and other authentic documents, private as well as public. By Agnes Strickland. A new edition, revised and greatly augmented. Embellished with portraits of every Queen. 8 vols. London, 1853. Stuart, 11436, O. Memoirs of Prince Charles Stuart, commonly called the Young Pretender. By Charles Louis Klose, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1845. (See Jesse, p. 1599.) Suetonius, 12163, O. The lives of the twelve first Roman Emperors, writ by C. Suetonius Tranquillius, with a free translation by John Clarke. London, 1739. Sully, 2341, Q. Mémoires de Maximilien de Bethune, Duc de Sully. 3 tomes. A Londres, 1747. Sundon, 8605, D. Memoirs of Wiscountess Sundon, Mistress of the Robes to Queen Caroline, consort of George II. By Mrs. Thompson. 2 vols. London, 1847. Suvarrow, 9969, D. A sketch of Suwarrow and his last campaign. With observations on Alison's history of Europe. By the late Edward Nevil Macready. London, 1851. Swainson, 70.25, D. Taxidermy, with the biography of zoologists, and notices of their works. By William Swainson. London, 1840. Swedenborg, 11463, D. Einanuel Swedenborg; a biography. By James J. G. Wilkinson. London, 1849. Sydenham, 11038, O. Memoir of the life of the Right Hon. Charles, Lord Sydenham, G. C. B. With a narrative of his administration in Canada. Edited by his brother, G. Poulett Scrope, M. P. London, 1843. Talleyrand, 87.50, D. Reminiscences of Talleyrand; with extracts from his MSS., speeches and political writings. 2 vols. London, 1848. Taou-Kuang, 10975, D. The life of Taou-Kuang, late Emperor of China, by the late Rev. Charles Gutzlaff. London, 1852. Tasistro, 7358, D. Random shots and southern breezes. By Louis Fitzgerald Tasistro. 2 vols. New York, 1842. Tasso, 10257, O. Elogi di Torquato Tasso, da Angelo Fabroni. Parma, 1800. — 7242, D. Conjectures and researches concerning the love, madness and imprisonment of Torquato Tasso. By Richard Henry Wilde. 2 vols. New York, 1842. — 9433, D. The life of Torquato Tasso. By the Rev. R. Milman. 2 vols. London, 1850. Tayler, 9.128, D. Facts in a clergyman's life. By the Rev. C. B. Tayler. London, 1849. Taylor, 12695, O. 12. Obituary addresses on the death of Zachary Taylor, President U. S., in the Senate and House of Representatives; with the funeral sermon, by the Rev. Smith Pyne, D. D. Washington, 1850. 12519, O. Eulogy on Gen. Zachary Taylor. By the Hon. Jos. R. Ingersoll. Philadelphia, 1850. Gift of the City Councils. 11663, O. Life of Major-General Z. Taylor. By C. Frank Powell. New York, 1846. 11041, D. 4. An account of the labors, exercises, travels, &c. of John Taylor, of York. London, 1710. 8354, D. The modern British Plutarch; or lives of men distinguished in the recent history of our country. By W. C. Taylor. London, 1846. 8521, D. Bishop Jeremy Taylor, his predecessors, contemporaries and successors; a biography. By Rev. R. A. Willmot. Second edition, revised. London, 1848. Taylor, 11115, O. A memoir of the life and writings of the late William Taylor, of Norwich; containing his correspondence with the late Robert Southey, Esq., and original letters of Sir Walter Scott and other eminent literary men. Compiled by J. W. Robberds. 2 vols. London, 1843. 7661, D. Memoir of Mrs. Sarah Louisa Taylor; or an illustration of the work of the Holy Spirit, in awakening, renewing and sanctifying the heart. By Lot Jones. 4th edition. New York, 1843. — 7666, D. Life in the ranks. By Sergeant-Major Taylor. London, 1843. Teckell, 7624, D. Memoirs of Emeric Count Teckeli, wherein are related the most considerable transactions in Hungary and the Ottoman Empire, from 1656 to 1691. From the French (of P. Le Brun?). London, 1693. Tecumseh, 7111, D. Life of Tecumseh and of his brother the prophet. With an historical sketch of the Shawanee Indians. By Benjamin Drake. Cincinnati, 1841. Teignmouth, 10975, O. Memoir of the life and correspondence of John Lord Teignmouth. By his son, Lord Teignmouth. 2 vols. London, 1843. Temple, 9372, O. Memoirs of the life, works and correspondence of Sir William Temple, Bart. By the Rt. Hon. Thomas Peregrine Courtenay. 2 vols. London, 1836. 8896, D. Thankfulness: a narrative, comprising passages from the - diary of the Rev. Allan Temple. New York, 1848. Thackeray, 10496 & 10569, D. The English humorists of the eighteenth century. By W. M. Thackeray. New York and London, 1853. Thelwall, 9552, O. The life of John Thelwall. By his widow. 2 vols. London, 1837. Thiebault, 10179, O. Mes souvenirs de vingt ans de séjour à Berlin; ou Frédéric le Grand, sa famille, sa cour, etc. Par Dieudonné Thiebault. 5 vols. A Paris, 1804. Thomas, 6950, D. Reminiscences of the last sixty-five years; commencing with the battle of Lexington. Also sketches of his own life and times. By E. S. Thomas. 2 vols. Hartford, 1840. 13293, 0.17. Testimony of the monthly meeting concerning Job Thomas. London, 1808. 13514, 0.4. Oration on the life, &c. of Tristram Thomas, M. D. By Christopher C. Cox, M. D. Baltimore, 1847. Thomason, 11431, O. Sir Edward Thomason's memoirs during half a century. 2 vols. London, 1845. Thompson, 8627, D. The autobiography of an artisan. By C. Thompson. London, 1847. Thorburn, 8062, D. Fifty years' reminiscences of New York; or flowers from the garden of Lawrie Todd. By Grant Thorburn. New York, 1845. Tidy, 9038, D. Recollections of an old soldier; a sketch of the late Colonel Tidy. London, 1849. Tonna, 8654, D. A memoir of Charlotte Elizabeth (Tonna). By L. H. J. Tonna. New York, 1847. 303, 7552 & 7278, D. Personal recollections. By Charlotte Elizabeth (Tonna). New York, 1842. London, 1841. Townsend, 11775, O. 1. The lives of twelve eminent judges of the last and so century. By William C. Townsend. 2 vols. London,
Trench, 11595, O. A memoir of the Hon. and most Rev. Power le Poer o late Archbishop of Tuam. By Rev. J. D. Sirr. Dublin, 845. Trumbull, 10518, O. Autobiography, reminiscences and letters of John Trumbull, from 1756 to 1841. New York, 1841. Tucker, 13227, O. The life and correspondence of Henry St. George Tucker, late accountant-general of Bengal, and chairman of the East India Company. By John William Kaye. London, 1854. Tuckerman, 7120, D. A discourse on the life and character of the Rev. Jos. Tuckerman. By William E. Channing. Boston, 1841. —— 8658, D. Artist life, or sketches of American painters. By Henry T. Tuckerman. New York, 1847. Tudor, 11987, O. Domestic memoirs of a Christian family resident in Cumberland. By Henry Tudor. London, 1848. Tuke, 11037, D. 15. A biographical sketch of Henry Tuke. By Lindley Murray. Burlington, N. J., 1816. Turner, 10285, D. Memoirs of the lives of Thomas Gibson, M. D. and William Turner, M. D. By the Rev. John Hodgson. Newcastle, 1831. 6992, D. Lives of eminent Unitarians, with a notice of dissenting academies. By the Rev. W. Turner, Jr., A. M. 2 vols. London, 1840. Tussaud, 9748, O. Madame Tussaud's memoirs and reminiscences of France, forming an abridged history of the French revolution. Edited by Francis Hervé, Esq. London, 1838. Tycho Brahe, 7078, D. The lives of Galileo, Tycho Brahe and Kepler. By Sir David Brewster. London, 1841. Tyson, 12696, O. 2. Diary of a physician in California, being the results of actual experience, including notes of the journey and observations on the climate, &c. By James L. Tyson, M. D. New York, 1850. Urbino, 12580, O. Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, illustrating the arms, arts, and literature of Italy, from 1440 to 1630. By James Dennistoun. 3 vols. London, 1851. Usher, 12068, O. The life of the most Rev. James Usher, D. D., with an account of his writings. By C. R. Elrington. Dublin, 1848. O'ssher, 7124, D. A narrative of events connected with the first abdication of the Emperor Napoleon. By Capt. Sir T. Ussher. His embarkation at Elba and march to Paris, as narrated by Colonel Laborde. Dublin, 1841. Van Dyck, 2416, Q. Pictorial notices, consisting of a memoir of Sir Anthony Van Dyck, with a descriptive catalogue of the sketchings executed by him. By W. H. Carpenter. London, 1844. Van Rensselaer, 10329, 3, & 12683, O. 2. A discourse on the life, services, and character of Stephen Van Rensselaer, delivered before the Albany Institute. With an historical sketch of the colony and manor of Rensselaerwyck. By Daniel D. Barnard. Albany, 1839. Van Santvoord, 13197, O. Sketches of the lives and judicial services of the Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States. By George Van Santvoord. New York, 1854. Van Schaack, 10572, O. The life of Peter Van Schaack, LL.D., embracing selections from his correspondence and other writings, during the American revolution and his exile in England. By his son, Henry C. Van Schaack. New York, 1842. Vasari, 10847, O. Wies des peintres, sculpteurs et architectes, par Giorgio Vasari; traduites par L. Leclanché. 10 tom. Paris, 1841. Vaublanc, 10658, O. Souvenirs. Par M. le Comte de Vaublanc, ancien ministre de l'interieur. 2 tom. Paris, 1841. Vaughan, 11007, O. 9. A discourse delivered on the occasion of the death of John Waughan. By Wm. H. Furness, with the services at the funeral. Philadelphia, 1842. Vaur, 13294, O. 6. Memoir of Robert Vaux. By Thomas McKean Petit. Philadelphia, 1840. Velasquez, 11499, D. Velasquez and his works. By Wm. Stirling. London, 1855.
Vespucius, 2589, Q. Vita e lettere di Amerigo Vespucci raccolte e illustrate dall' Abate Angelo Maria Bandini. Firenze, 1745. 10894, O. Recherches historiques et critiques sur Americ Vespuce, par le Vicomte de Santarem. Paris. 9695, D. Researches respecting Americus Vespucius and his voyages. By the Wiscount Santarem. Translated by E. V. Childe. Boston, 1850. —— 11653, O. The life and voyages of Americus Vespucius, with illustrations concerning the navigator, and the discovery of the New World. By C. Edwards Lester and Andrew Foster. New York, 1846. Veron, 13163, O. Mêmoires d'un bourgeois de Paris, par le Docteur L. Veron. Comprenant: la fin de l'Empire, la restauration, la Monarchie de Juillet et la République jusq'au rétablissement de l'Empire. Tonies 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Paris, 1853, &c. Viaud, 9498, O. The shipwreck and adventures of M. Pierre Viaud. Translated by Mrs. Griffith. London, 1771. Victoria, 7020, I). Queen Victoria from her birth to her bridal. 2 vols. London, 1840. Vidocq, 10170, O. Mámoires de Vidocq, chef de la Police de Sureté jusqu’en 1827. 4 vols. Paris, 1829. Willemain, 13185, O. Souvenirs contemporains d'histoire et de littérature. 2 tomes. Par M. Villemain. Paris, 1854. Von Arnheim, 8765, D. Memoirs of Marie Won Arnheim. Written by herself. London, 1848. Von Beck, 9684, D. Personal adventures during the late war of independence in Hungary. By the Baroness Won Beck. 2 vols. London, 1850. Von Ense, 8632, D. Sketches of German life, and scenes from the liberation in Germany. From the memoirs of Von Ense. London, 1843. Von Leibnitz, 7894, D. Life of Godfrey William Won Leibnitz. On the basis of the German work of Dr. G. E. Guhrauer. By John M. Mackie. Boston, 1845. (See Leibnitz, p. 1603.) Von Schweinitz, 95.67, O. 4. Memoir of the late Lewis David Von Sehweinitz, P. D. By Walter R. Johnson. London, 1835. Walker, 9254, 0. The life, ministry, and selections from the remains of the Rev. Samuel Walker. By Rev. Edwin Sidney, A. M. London, 18:35. Wallace, 10357, O. Life of Sir William Wallace, of Elderslie. By John D. Carrick. London, 1840. 12462, O. Anti-trinitarian biography. By Robert Wallace. 3 vols. London, 1850. Wallenstein, 9609, O. The life of Wallenstein, duke of Friedland. By Lieut. Colonel J. Mitchell. London, 1837. 8227, D. The life of Wallenstein, Duke of Friedland. By Lieut. Col. J. Mitchell. 2d edition. London, 1840. Walpole, 11307, O. Memoirs of the reign of George the Third. By Horace Walpole. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1845. – 11630, O. A catalogue of the royal and noble authors of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with lists of their works. By the late Horatio Walpole, Earl of Orford. Enlarged and continued to the present time. By Thomas Park. 5 vols. London, 1806.