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Taylor, 11426, D._A visit to India, China and Japan, in the year 1853. By
Bayard Taylor. New York, 1855. Tegoborski, 13741, 0. Commentaries on the productive forces of Russia. By
M. L. de Tegoborski. 2 vols. London, 1855. Timbs, 11494, D. Curiosities of London, exhibiting the most rare and remark
able objects of interest in the metropolis. With nearly 50 years'
personal recollections. By John Timbs. London, 1855. Town, 13770, 0. Detail of some particular services performed in America
during 1776, 1777, 1778 and 1779, from the journal kept on board the Rainbow, commanded by Sir George Collier. Printed for Ithiel
Town. New York, 1835. Whitelock, 13727, 0. A journal of the Swedish embassy in 1653, by Ambas
sador Bulstrode Whitelock. A new edition, revised by Henry Reeve.
2 vols. London, 1855. Wilson, 11532, D. Mexico and its religion, with incidents of travel, &c. By
R. A. Wilson. Woodcuts. New York, 1855. Young, 11455, D. Our camp in Turkey, and the way to it. By Mrs. Young.
London, 1854. Yvan, 11486, D. Six months among the Malays, and a year in China. By
Dr. Yvan. Woodcuts. London, 1855. 13771, 0. News from New England, being a true and last account of the present bloody wars carried on between the Infidels, natives, and the English Christians. London, 1676. Boston, reprinted, 1850.
13788, 0. Historical sketches of the Philadelphia Hose Company. Philadelphia, 1854. Gift of Miss Rachel Wetherill.
2689, Q. A narrative of the cruise of the Yacht Maria among the Feroe Islands. Illustrations. London, 1855.
10920, D. The net in the bay; or journal of a visit to Moose and Albany. By the Bishop of Rupert's Land. London, 1854.
13791, 0. The American pioneer, a monthly periodical, devoted to the objects of the Logan Historical Society; or to collecting and publishing sketches relative to the early settlement, &c. of the country. 2 vols. Cincinnati, 1844.
11492, D. 2. The Crimea; its towns, inhabitants and social customs. By a lady. London, 1855.
11492, D. 1. Odessa and its inhabitants. By an English prisoner in Russia. London, 1855.
13184, 0. Commercial regulations of the foreign countries with which the United States have commercial intercourse. Washington, 1819. Gift of Hon. J. R. Chandler.
13152, 0. The seventh census. Report of the superintendent of the census for Dec. 1, 1852 : to which is appended the report for Dec. 1, 1851. Washington, 1853. Gift of Hon. J. R. Chandler. 13281, O. (Publications of the Camden Society): Vol. 52. Moneys received and paid for secret services of Charles II. and
James II. Edited by John Yonge Akerman. London, 1851. 53. Chronicle of the Grey Friars of London. Edited by John
Gough Nichols. 1852. 54. Promptorium parvulorum. (See vol. 25, p. 1473.) Tomus alter.
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COMPLETE TO 1856.
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