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Rogers, 7094, D. The writings of John Rogers. New London, 1694. Gift of Jno. Jay Smith. Royston, 9683, O. The remains of Lord Wiscount Royston, with a memoir of his life. By the Rev. Henry Pepys, D. D. London, 1838. Saint Evremond, 11636, O. The works of Mons. de St. Evremond; with his life. By Mr. Des Maizeaux. 3 vols. London, 1714. Saint Pierre, 7770, D. Bernardin de Saint Pierre, Etudes de la nature. Paris, 1843. —— 8782, D. The works of Saint Pierre, comprising the Studies of nature, Paul and Virginia, and Indian Cottage; with a memoir of the author. By the Rev. E. Clarke. 2 vols. London, 1846. Salm, De, 10875, O. (Euvres completes du Mad. La Princesse Constance de Salm. 2 tom. Paris, 1842. Salzman, 9986, O. Gottesverehrungen von Christian Gotthilf Salzmann. 2 Band. Frankfurt, 1790. Schiller, 7031, D. Friedrich von Schiller's sämmtliche Werke. 18 Bande in 9. Stuttgard, 1837. 6825, D. Briefwechsel zwischen Schiller und Goethe in den Jahren 1794 bis 1805. 6 Bde. Stuttgard, 1828–29. 10799, D. The works of Frederick Schiller. Translated from the German. 4 vols., viz: Historical dramas, Don Carlos, Mary Stuart, the Maid of Orleans, and the Bride of Messina, 1 vol. ; early dramas and romances, the Robbers, Fiesco, Love and intrigue, Demetrius, the Ghostseer and the Sport of destiny, 1 vol.; historical works, History of the thirty years war and History of the revolt of the Netherlands, 1 vol. ; Revolt of the Netherlands concluded, Wallenstein and William Tell, 1 vol. (Bohn's standard library.) London, 1847. Schmidt, 6800, D. Klamer Eberhard Karl Schmidt's Leben und auserlesene Werke, herausgegeben von dessen Sohne Wilhelm Werner Johann Schmidt, und Schwiegersohne Friedrich Lautsch. 3 Bde. Stuttgard, 1826. Seneca, 9292, D. L. Annaei Senecae philosophi opera omnia et M. Annaei Senecae Rhetoris quae exstant. Lugduni Batavorum, 1640. D. Seward, 13007, O. The works of William H. Seward. Edited by George E. Baker. 3 vols. New York, 1853. Smith, 9788, O. & 7763, D. The works of the Rev. Sydney Smith. 4 vols. London, 1839. And 3 vols. Philadelphia, 1844. Soumet, 11380, O. (Euvres complétes de Alexandre Soumet. Théatre. Paris, 1845. Southwell, 6593, D. The prose works of Robert Southwell. Edited by W. Jos. Walter; from the edition of 1593, &c. London, 1828. Gift of the editor. Statius, 9296, D. P. Papinii Statii opera cum notis J. Frederici Gronovii. Amstelodami, 1653. D. Steuart, 9345, O. The works, political, metaphysical, and chronological, of the late Sir James Steuart, of Coitness, Bart. Now first collected by Gen. Sir James Steuart, Bart., his son. 6 vols. London, 1805. Stewart, 13565, O. The collected works of Dugald Stewart. Edited by Sir Wm. Hamilton. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1854. Story, 9.287, O. The miscellaneous writings, literary, critical, juridical and political, of Joseph Story. Boston, 1835. Tacitus, 9232, D. C. Cornelii Taciti operum tomus secundus in quo libri quinque historiarum, de moribus Germanorum, vitaque Agricolae. Amstelodami, 1685. D. Taylor, 6102, D. The writings of Jane Taylor. 3 vols. Boston, 1835. Tencin, 10183, O. (Euvres des Mesdames de la Fayette et Tencin. 5 vols. A Paris, 1804.
Thomas, 10060, O. GEuvres completes de (Antoine-Léonard) Thomas, précédés d'une notice sur la vie et les ouvrages de l'auteur, par M. Saint Surin. 6 tom. A Paris, 1825. Tonno, 11424, O. The works of Charlotte Elizabeth (Mrs. Tonno); with an introduction by Mrs. H. B. Stowe. 3 vols. New York, 1845. Tupper,9782, D. The complete works of Martin F. Tupper, D. C. L., F. R. S. 4 vols. Philadelphia, 1851. Vauvenargues, 10041, O. (Euvres completes de Vauvenargues, précédées d'une notice sur sa vie et ses ouvrages et accompagnées des notes. 3 tom. Paris, 1827. Von Matthison, 6843, D. Schriften von Friedrich von Matthison. 8 Bde. Zurich, 1825. Webster, 12816, O. The works of Daniel Webster. 6 vols. Boston, 1851. Woodbury, 12909, O. Writings of Levi Woodbury, LL.D., political, judicial, and literary. Now first selected and arranged. 3 vols. Boston, 1852. Aenophon, 13048, O. The whole works of Xenophon; translated by Ashley Cooper, Spelman, Sinith, Fielding and others. Philadelphia, 1845. Gift of John Binns, Esq. 2schokke, 10604, D. Heinrich Zschokke's gesammelte Schriften. 15 Bande. Aarau, 1851.
LITERARY MISCELLANIES, ESSAYS.
Addison,9540, O. Indian reminiscences; or the Bengal Moofussul miscellany.
Brydges, 6563, D. Moral axioms. By Sir Egerton Brydges. London, 1837. Buckingham, 9572, D. Specimens of newspaper literature with personal me. moirs, anecdotes and reminiscences. By Joseph T. Buckingham. 2 vols. Boston, 1850. Buckland, 6220, D. Letters on early rising. By A. C. Buckland. Boston, o 1825. Bulwer, 7.190, D. The critical and miscellaneous writings of Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1841. Burdon, 9352, O. An examination of the merits and tendency of the “Pursuits of literature.” By W. Burdon. 2d edition. 1799. Burnap, 8105, D. Miscellaneous writings of George W. Burnap. Baltimore, 1845.
Busly, 13121, 0, Arguments and facts demonstrating that the letters of Junius were written by John Lewis de Lolme. Accompanied with memoirs of that “most ingenious foreigner.” By Thomas Busby Mus. Doc. London, 1816. Gift of E. D. Ingraham, Esq.
Caldwell, 11093, O. Results of reading. By J. Stamford Caldwell. London, 1843
Carey, 13349, O. Variae. Desultory essays. By William Carey. London, 1822. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. — 9841, O. Select scraps, taken during a long period, from the newspapers of the day, including law, revolutionary, internal improvements, politics, miscellanies, manufactures, poetry, law intelligence, education, intemperance, excerpta, medicine, sedition, tables, and United States Bank. Collected by Mathew Carey, Esq., and be. queathed to the library by him upon condition that they should never go out of the building. 48 vols. ——9842, O. Excerpta. 17 vols. Collected and bequeathed by Mathew Carey, Esq. — 98.43, O. Excerpta. 27 vols. Miscellanies, law, manufactures, internal improvement, politics, travellers' letters, trade, poetry, &c. Collected and bequeathed by Mathew Carey, Esq. — 98.44, O. Excerpta. New series. 40 vols. Collected and bequeathed by Mathew Carey, Esq. — 9845, O. Select excerpta. 13 vols. Collected and bequeathed by Mathew Carey, Esq. —9849, O. Miscellaneous essays. By Mathew Carey. Bequeathed by , the author. —9850, O. Pamphlets and papers. By M. Carey. 9 vols. Bequeathed by the author. Carlyle, 6232 & 8913, D. 2. Sartor resartus. By Thomas Carlyle. In three books. Boston, 1836. 6514 & 6758, D. Critical and miscellaneous essays. By Thomas Carlyle. 2 vols. Boston, 1838. 4 vols. London, 1839. 7109 & 7160, D. On heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history. Six lectures, reported with emendations and additions. By Thomas Carlyle. New York and London, 1841. o — 8913, D. 1. On heroes and hero-worship, and the heroic in history. By Thomas Carlyle. New York, 1846. 7522, 8912, & 7587, D. Past and present. By Thomas Carlyle. Boston and London, 1843. 9556, D. Latter day pamphlets. Boston, 1850. (See Wright in the index.) Chambers, 11852, O. Cyclopædia of English literature; a selection of the choicest productions of English authors; connected by a critical and biographical history. Edited by Robert Chambers. 2 vols. Boston, Chateaubriand, 8047, D. Mélanges politiques et littéraires, par M. le Vicomte de Chateaubriand. Paris, 1845. Cheever, 9042, D. The Hill Difficulty and some experiences of life in the . Plains of Ease. By George B. Cheever, D. D. New York, 1849. Christmas, 9447, D. The cradle of the twin giants, science and history. By Henry Christmas. 2 vols. London, 1849. Clark, 11140, O. The literary remains of the late Willis Gaylord Clark. Including the Ollapodiana papers, the Spirit of life, and a selection from his various prose and political writings. Edited by Lewis Gaylord Clark. New York, 1849. — 10246, D. Knick-knacks from an editor's table. By L. Gaylord Clark. New York, 1852. . Cleveland, 8906 & 8660, D. A compendium of English literature; chronologically arranged from Sir John Mandeville to Wm. Cowper. By Charles D. Cleveland. Philadelphia, 1848. Gift of the author. Clulow, 8274, D. Aphorisms and reflections; a miscellany of thought and opinion. By William Benton Clulow. London, 1843. Colebrooke, 9551, O. Miscellaneous essays; by H. T. Colebrooke. 2 vols. London, 1837. Coleridge, 6171, D. Letters, conversations and recollections of S. T. Coleridge. 2 vols. London, 1836. 9495, O. The literary remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Col... lected and edited by Henry Nelson Coleridge, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1836. — 7049 & 7091, D. Confessions of an inquiring spirit. By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Boston and London, 1841. 8154 & 9089, D. 3. Hints towards the formation of a more comprehensive theory of life. By S. T. Coleridge. Edited by S. B. Watson. New York and London, 1848. 9605, D. Essays on his own times, forming a second series of the Friend. By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Edited by his daughter. 3 vols. London, 1850. 10202, D. Essays and marginalia. By Hartley Coleridge. Edited by his mother. 2 vols. London, 1851. Colombo, 6906, D. Lezioni dell'Abate Michele Colombo sulle doti di una colta favella. Parma, 1823. Colton, 9881, D. The Sea and the sailor, and other literary remains of the Rev. Walter Colton; with a memoir by the Rev. Henry T. Cheever. New York, 1851. Collins, 7402, D. Miscellanies. By Stephen Collins, M. D. Philadelphia, 1842. Core, 10491, D. Interviews, memorable and useful; from diary and memory reproduced. By Samuel H. Cox, D. D. New York, 1853. Cooper, 9540. Rural hours. By a lady (Miss Susan Cooper). New York, 1850. 13240, 0. The rhyme and reason of country life; or selections from fields, old and new. By the author of Rural hours, &c. (Miss Cooper), New York, 1854. Craik, 7966, D. The pursuit of knowledge under difficulties; illustrated by anecdotes. By G. L. Craik. London, 1845. Croly, 7330, D. Historical sketches, speeches and characters. By the Rev. George Croly, LL.D. London, 1842. Davidson, 7557, D. Selections from the writings of Mrs. Margaret M. David. son, the mother of Lucretia Maria and Margaret M. Davidson. With a preface by Miss E. M. Sedgwick. Philadelphia, 1843. De Quincy, 9885, D. Literary reminiscences; from the autobiography of an English opium eater. By Thomas De Quincey. 2 vols. Boston, 1851. De Quincey, 10259, D. Narrative and miscellaneous papers. By Thomas De Quincey. 2 vols. Boston, 1853. Doran, 10965, D. Habits and men, with remnants of record touching the makers of both. By Dr. Doran. 2d edition. London, 1855. Duncan, 7282, D. Essays and miscellaneae (Duncan). 2 vols. Oxford, 1840. Durant, 10250, D. Memoirs and select remains of an only son. By Thomas Durant. Andover, 1823. Gift of James H. Castle, Esq. , Edgar, 12984, O. Tusculana; or notes and reflections, written during vacation. By Andrew Edgar, Esq. London, 1852. Elder, 10784, D. Periscopics; or current subjects extemporaneously treated. By William Elder. New York, 1854. Egger, 10870, O. Latini sermonis vetustioris reliquiae selectae, recueil publié sous les auspices de M. Willemain. Par A. E. Egger. Paris, 1843. Ellis, 12450, O. Mrs. Ellis's morning call; a table book of literature and art. Vol. 1. London, 1850. Ellet, 6644, D. The characters of Schiller. By Mrs. Ellet. Boston, 1839. Elmes, 9807, D. Horae vacivae; a thought book of the wise spirits of all ages and countries; collected and edited by James Elmes. Boston, 1851. Emerson, 10325, O. 2. Lecture on the advantages derived from cultivating the arts and sciences. By G. Emerson, M. D. Philadelphia, 1840. 7523, D. Essays by R. W. Emerson. Boston, 1841. – 9133, D. Nature; addresses and lectures. By R. W. Emerson. Boston, 1849. 9346, D. Representative men; seven lectures. By R. W. Emerson. Boston, 1850. Evelyn, 9627, D. The companion. After dinner table talk. By Chetwood Evelyn, Esq. New York, 1850. Fairholt, 11688, O. Costume in England; a history of dress from the earliest period till the close of the 18th century. By F. W. Fairholt. London, 1846. Fénelon, 11388, O. Histoire littéraire de Fénelon, ou Revue historique et analytique de ses oeuvres. Lyon, 1843. Fry, 6744, D. A word to women; the love of the world, and other gatherings; being a collection of short pieces. By Caroline Fry. Philadelphia, 1840. Fuller, 9666, D. Papers on literature and art. By S. Margaret Fuller. New York, 1848. (See Ossoli, p. 1329.) Forbes, 11010, D. Literary papers by the late Edward Forbes, F. R. S. Selected from his writings in the Literary Gazette. London, 1855. Giles, 9383, D. Lectures and essays. By Henry Giles. 2 vols. Boston, 1850. Gilmer, 11133, D. 2. Sketches, essays and translations. By Francis W. Gilmer. Baltimore, 1828. Goethe, 9744, D. Conversations of Goethe with Eckerman and Soret. Trans#: from the German. By John Oxenford. 2 vols. London, 850. Graham, 9043 & 9937, D. Remains of Wm. S. Graham. With a memoir. Edited by George Allen. Philadelphia, 1849. No. 9937 gift of the editor. Grant, 6170 & 6278, D. Random recollections of the House of Lords, from 1830 to 1836. Including personal sketches of the leading members. By the author of personal recollections of the House of Commons (James Grant). London and Philadelphia, 1836.