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Taylor, 11535, D. Poems of home and travel. By Bayard Taylor. Boston,
1855. Thackeray, 10367, D. Punch's prize novelists, the fat contributor and travels
in London. By W. M. Thackeray. New York, 1853. Tourghenieff, 11488, D. Russian life in the interior, or the experiences of a
sportsman. By Ivan Tourghenieff. Edited by James D. Meikle
john. Edinburgh, 1855. Varro, 1708, 0. M. Terentii Varronis opera omnia cum notis T. Scaligeri,
&c. Durdrechti, 1619. Wells, 13787, 0. The year book of agriculture for 1855 and 1856. By David A. Wells
. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1856. Whately, 11493, D. Detached thonghts and apothegms from the writings of
Archbishop (Richard) Whately. London, 1854. White, 11429, D. 1. The mysteries of the castle. A drama. By John B.
White, Esq. Charleston, 1807. Gift of L. P. Smith. 11429, D. 2. Modern honor: a tragedy. By John B. White. Charles
ton, S. C., 1812. Gift of the same. 11429, D. 3. The triumph of liberty, or Louisiana preserved. A
national drama. By John Blake White. Charleston, 1819. Gift
of Lloyd P. Smith. Whitman, 2687, Q. Leaves of grass. (By Walter Whitman.) Brooklyn,
1855. Whicher, 11541, D. The Widow Bedott papers. By Frances M. Whicher.
With an introduction by Alice B. Neal. New York, 1856. Winthrop, 13700, 0. 12. Archimedes and Franklin. A lecture by Robert
C. Winthrop. Boston, 1853.
13700, 0. 8. Address before the Alumni of Harvard College. By Robert C. Winthrop. Cambridge, 1852.
13700, 0. 9. Mr. Winthrop's lecture before the Boston Mercantile
Library Association. Boston, 1853. Wood, 11537, D. The modern pilgrims; showing the improvements in travel
and the newest methods of reaching the Celestial City. By George
Wood. 2 vols. Boston, 1855. Yonge, 11504, D. Beechcroft. By the author of “Heir of Redcliffe.” (Miss
Yonge.) New York, 1856. 13653, 0. 4. The age of error; or a poetical essay on the course of human action. Philadelphia, 1797.
13665, 0. 1. Brother Jonathan's wife. A lecture. By a retired editor. Philadelphia, 1842.
11383, D. 8. Chess: a poem. London, 1848. Gift of Lloyd P. Smith.
11410, D. Henri Quatre; or the days of the league. 2 vols. New York, 1834. Gift of J. J. Barclay, Exg.
11452, D). Home life in Russia. By a Russian noble. London, 1854.
11429, D. 5. Italian opera. I Puritani. (In English and Italian.) New York, 1850.
11171, D. The language of the walls: and a voice from the shop windows; or, the mirror of commercial roguery. By one who thinks aloud. Mancbester, 1855.
13762, 0). Book (printed in Chinese characters) of ten thousand valuable things. A native book of reference on a great variety of subjects, for the use of youth and the unlearned. Gift of Thomas Balch, Esq.
2687, Q. Mémoires de l'Académie des Sciences de l'Institut de France. Tome 24. Paris, 1854.
13724, 0. Oxford essays, contributed by members of the University. London, 1855.
13680, 0. Mr. Sponge's sporting tour. By the author of "Handley Cross." With illustrations by John Leech. London, 1853.
13755, 0. Handley cross: or Mr. Jorrocks' hunt. By the author of "Mr. Sponge's sporting tour.” With illustrations by John Leech. London, 1854.
13756, 0. 8. First annual announcement of the Wagner Free Institute. Philadelphia, 1855.
13756, 0. 17. The millennial harbinger for October 1855. Bethany, Va. 1855.
13794, 0. Mémoires de la société royale des Antiquaires du Nord. 1848 -1849. Copenhague, 1852. Gift of the Society.
Banks, 2622, 0. History of the ancient noble family of Marmyun; their
singular office of king's champion, by the tenure of the baronial manor of Scrivelsby: also, other dignitorial tenures, and the services of London, Oxford, &c., on coronation day. By T. C. Banks, Esq.
Plates. London, 1817. Gift of T. P. Engles. Esq. Bartlett, 13716, 0. Jerusalem revisited. By W. H. Bartlett. Steel engrav
ings. London, 1855. Bisselius, 11524, D. Joannis Bisselii è societate Jesu, Argonauticon America
norum, sive historiæ periculorum Petri de Victoria libri XIV.
Monachii, 1647. Bridgman, 11495, D. Daughters of China ; or sketches of domestic life in
the celestial Empire. By Eliza J. Gillett Bridgman. Glasgow, 1855. Bunbury, 11248, D. Life in Sweden; with excursions in Norway and Den
mark. By Selina Bunbury. 2 vols. London, 1853. Bunsen, 13609, 0. Outlines of the philosophy of universal history, applied
to language and religion. By Christian Charles Josias Bunsen.
2 vols. London, 1854. Butler, 13738, 0. Travels and adventures in the province of Assam, during
a residence of 14 years. By Major John Butler. Illustrations.
London, 1855. Catharine II., 11529,
D. Memoirs of the court and reign of Catharine II., Empress of Russia : with a brief survey of the Romanoff dynasty.
By Samuel M. Smucker. New York, 1855. Gift of the author. Charles I., 13781 0. 1. Procès de Charles I.' Paris, 1823.
13781, 0. 2. Eikön Basilike; apologie attribuée à Charles I. (et
écrite par Bp. Gauden). Paris, 1823. Gift of Thos. Balch, Esq. Charles II., 13781, 0. 3. Mémoires de Charles II., sur sa fuite après la
bataille de Worcester. Paris, 1823. Gift of Thomas Balch, Esq. Colenso, 11500, D. Ten weeks in Natal; a journal of a first tour of visitation
among the colonists and Zulu Kafirs of Natal. By John W. Colenso,
Lord Bishop of the diocese. Cambridge, 1855. Cunningham, 11501, D. London in 1854. By Peter Cunningham. London. Darby, 13759, 0. The emigrants' guide to the western and southwestern
states and territories. By William Darby. Map. New York, 1818. Davies, 1455, F. History of Barbadoes and the rest of the Caribby Islands.
Englished by J. Davies. London, 1666. Davis, 11453, D. Evenings in my tent; or wanderings in Balad Ejjareed.
Illustrating the condition of the Arab tribes of the African Sahara.
By Rev. N. Davis. Illustrations. London, 1854. De Bry, 1453, F. 1. (Americæ pars quinta ?) Novæ novi orbis historiæ,
liber tertius. Expeditio in Peruanas regiones. A Theodoro De Bry. (1595.)
De Bry, 1453, F. 2. Americæ pars sexta : sive historiæ ab Hieronymo
Bezono scriptæ (pertinentes ad Peruanum regnum). Additus est
Francisco Draken Equite Anglo susceptæ. 1599.
De Bry. Francof, 1602. Doran, 11513, D. Lives of the Queens of England of the House of Hanover.
By Dr. Doran. 2 vols. New York, 1855. Drew, 11528, D. The refugee : or the narratives of fugitive slaves in Canada.
With an account of the history and condition of the colored popula
tion of Upper Canada. By Benjamin Drew. Boston, 1856. Everest, 13743, 0. A journey through the United States and part of Canada.
By Rev. Robert Everest. London, 1855. Franklin, 13750, 0. 1. The melancholy fate of Sir John Franklin and his
party, as disclosed in Dr. Rae's report; together with the dispatches
and letters of Captain McClure, &c. London, 1854. Gadsby, 11460, D. My wanderings. Being travels in the east. By John
Gadsby. Map and woodcuts. London, 1855. Gibbon, 11512, D. History of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire.
By Edward Gibbon. With variorum notes, including those of Guizot, Wenck, Schreiter and Hugo. Edited by an English church.
6 vols. London, 1853. (Bohn's British classics.) Gibson, 13774, 0. An essay on the life, character and writings of John B.
Gibson, late chief justice of Pennsylvania. By William A. Porter.
Philadelphia, 1855. Gift of the author. Greene, 11545, D. The Kansas region. By Max Greene. Maps. New
York, 1856. Gregorovius, 11478, D. Wanderings in Corsica ; its history and its heroes.
Translated from the German of Ferdinand Gregorovius, by Alexander
Muir. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1855. Guizot, 13775 to 13783, 0. Collection des mémoires relatifs à la révolution
d'Angleterre, accompagnée de notices et d'eclaircissemens historiques, et précédée d'une introduction sur l'histoire de la revolution. "Par
M. Guizot. 13 tomes. Paris, 1823. Gift of Thos. Balch, Esq. Harmon, 13769, 0. Journal of voyages and travels extending from Montreal
nearly to the Pacific Ocean. By Daniel W. Harmon. Portrait and
map. Andover, 1820. Harrison, 11462, D. 1. Notes of a nine years' residence in Russia. By
Robert Harrison. London, 1855. Holbrook, 11549, D. Ten years among the mail-bags: or, notes from the
diary of a special agent of the Post-Office Department. By J. Hol
brook. With illustrations. Philadelphia, 1855. Jones, 13789, 0. The Cymri of '76; or Welshmen and their descendants of
the American Revolution. By Alexander Jones, M. D. With a letter on eminent Welshmen, by Samuel Jenkins, and a sketch of the
St. David's Benevolent Society. New York, 1855. Lewis, 13722, 0. An inquiry into the credibility of the early Roman history.
By the Rt. Hon. Sir George Cornewall Lewis. 2 vols. London,
1855. Markham, 13717, 0. Shooting in the Himalayas ; a journal of sporting
adventures and travel in Chinese Tartary, Ladac, Thibet, Cashmere,
&c. By Col. Fred. Markham. With illustrations. London, 1854. Marryat, 13747, 0. Mountains and molehills; or recollections of a burnt
journal. By Frank Marryat. Illustrations. London, 1855.
Mayne, 11483, D. 3. Voyages and discoveries in the Arctic regions. Edited
by F. Mayne. London, 1855. May, 13776, 0. Éistoire du Long Parliament. Par Thomas May, Sécrétaire
du Parliament. 2 tomes. Paris, 1823. Gift of Thomas Balch, Esq. Murray, 11479, D. Handbook for Northern Italy. 5th edition revised.
John Murray. London, 1854.
Savoy and Piedmont. John Murray. London, 1854.
1855. Musgrave, 11450, D. A ramble through Normandy. By George M. Mus
grave, M. A. Illustrations. London, 1855. Napoleon, 13750, 0. 4. On the conduct of the war in the East. (Attributed
to Prince Napoleon.) London, 1855. Nell, 11548, D. The colored patriots of the American Revolution, with sketches
of several distinguished colored persons : to which is added a survey of the condition of colored Americans. By Wm. C. Nell. With an
introduction by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Boston, 1855. Newman, 11459, D. 2. The crimes of the House of Hapsburg against its
own liege subjects. By F. W. Newman. London, 1853. Noble, 2691, Q. A history of the College of Arms, and the lives of all the
kings, heralds and pursuivants. With a preliminary dissertation relative to the different orders in England, &c. By the Rev. Mark
Noble. London, 1805. Gift of Thomas Balch, Esq. Oliver, 11472, D. The revelations of a square ; being a graphic display of
the sayings of eminent Masons from 1717 to 1813. By Rev. G.
Oliver. Engraving. London, 1855. Parsons, 11540, D._ Inside view of slavery: or a tour among the planters.
By C. G. Parsons, M. D. Boston, 1855. Prescott, 13795, 0. History of the reign of Philip II., King of Spain. By
Wm. H. Prescott. 2 vols. Boston, 1856. Reed, 11538, D. Lectures on English history and tragic poetry, as illustrated
by Shakspeare. By Henry Reed. "Philadelphia, 1855. Robertson, 11457, D. A few months in America: containing remarks on some
of its industrial and commercial interests. By James Robertson.
London, 1855. Russell, 2690, Q. The history of America, from its discovery by Columbus to
the conclusion of the late war. With an appendix containing an account of the present unhappy contest between Great Britain and.
her colonies. By William Russell. 2 vols. London, 1778. Simon, 13567, 0. Reports relating to the sanitary condition of the city of
London. By John Simon, F. R. S. London, 1854. Sims, 11274, D. Handbook to the library of the British Museum: with some
account of the principal libraries in London. By Richard Sims, of
the department of MSS. London, 1854. Smith, 11427, D. The Araucanians; or notes of a tour among the Indian
tribes of Southern Chili. By Edmond Reuel Smith. New York,
1855. Spalding, 11438, D. The Japan expedition. An account of three visits to
the Japanese Empire, with sketches of Madeira, Cape of Good Hope,
China, &c. By J. W. Spalding. Illustrations. New York, 1855. Stern, 13587, 0. Dawnings of light in the East; a mission to the Jews in
Persia, Coordistan and Mesopotamia. By Rev. Henry A. Stern.
London, 1854. St. John, 11470, D. Travels of an Arab merchant in Soudan (the black
kingdoms of Central Africa). Abridged from the French. By Bayle St. John. London, 1854.