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CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, NEW ZEALAND.

ABBOTT (Capt. James). Narrative of a Journey from Heraut to Khiva, Moscow, and St. Petersburgh, during the late Russian Invasion of Khiva, with some account of the Court of Khiva, and the Kingdom of Khaurism. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1843

Abercromby (Sir Ralph), A Memoir of, by his son James, Lord Dunfermline. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1861

Abercromby (John). Inquiries concerning the Intellectual Powers and the Investigation of Truth. 8vo. London, 1841

About (E.) Preliminaries de la Question Romaine. 8vo. Londres, 1859

About (E.) The Roman Question. Translated from the French by H. C. Coape. Crown 8vo. London, 1859

Ackermann. Westminster Abbey; its History, Antiquities, and Monuments. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1812

Acland (C.) A Popular Account of the Manners and Customs of India; illustrated with numerous Anecdotes. Crown 8vo. (Colonial and Home Library).

London, 1847

Across the Carpathians. Crown 8vo. London, 1862

Addison (The Right Hon. Joseph), The Works of, with Notes, by Bishop Hurd. 6 vols. Crown 8vo.

London, 1862

Addison (The Right Hon. Joseph), An Essay on the Life and Writings of, by Lord Macaulay. Crown 8vo. (Traveller's Library, vol. 19). London, 1856

Admiralty Instructions for the Government of Her Majesty's Naval Service. Crown 8vo. London, 1862

Admiralty Regulations as to Lights and Fog Signals to be carried by Steam and Sailing Vessels under ** The Merchant Shipping Act, 1854." 1 vol.

London, 1862

Admiralty Sailing Directions. London, 1859-61

1. Africa, South and South-east Coasts; Robben Island to Natal.

Compiled from various sources. 1 vol. 1861.

2. Australia. The Australian Directory, from Cape Leeuwin to

Port Stephens, including Bass' Straits and Tasmania. 2 vols. 1859.

Admiralty Manual, for ascertaining and applying the Deviations of the Compass, caused by the Iron in a ship. 1 vol. London, 1862

Adolphtjs (John). History of England from the Accession to the Decease of King George III. 8 vols. 8vo. London, 1840

iEsCHYLUS, The Tragedies of. Literally translated; with Critical and Illustrative Notes, and an introduction by T. A. Buckley. Crown 8vo. London, 1849

Teschylus. The New Readings contained in Hermann's posthumous edition of iEschylus. Translated by George Burges. Crown 8vo. London, 1853

iEscHYLtrs, The Agamemnon of, and the Bacchanals of Euripides, with passages from the Lyric and later Poets of Greece. Translated by H. H. Milman. Crown 8vo. London, 1865

Africa, Sailing Directions (see Admiralty).

Agassiz (Louis) and Gould (A.) Outlines of Comparative Physiology, touching the Structure and Development of the Races of Animals, living and extinct. Edited by Dr. Wright. Crown 8vo.

London, 1855

Agricultural Society of England, The Journal of the, from 1840 to 1866. 27 vols. 8vo.

Agrippa (H. Cornelius). The Life of, by Henry Morely. 2 vols. Crown 8vo. London, 1854

Agrippa (H. Cornelius). Female Pre-eminence; or, the Dignity and Excellency of that Sex above the Male. 12mo. London, 1670

Alcock (Sir Rutherford). The Capital of the Tycoon; a Narrative of a Three Years' Residence in Japan. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1863

Alexander (Sir J. E.) Incidents of the Maori War, New Zealand, in 1860-61. Crown 8vo.

London, 1863

Alexander (Sir J. E.) Salmon Fishing in Canada. Crown 8vo. London, 1860

Alder (Robert). Wesleyan Missions: their Progress stated and their Claims enforced; with Observations and Suggestions applicable to' kindred Institutions. 8vo. London, 1842

Alfred The Great, The Life of, by Dr. Pauli: to which is appended Alfred's Anglo-Saxon version of Orosius; with a literal English Translation and an Anglo-Saxon Alphabet and Glossary. Edited by B. Thorpe. Crown 8vo. London, 1857

Alfred The Great The Works of, with preliminary Essays illustrative of the History, Arts, and Manners of the Ninth Century. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. London, 1858

Alison (Sir A.) Lives of Lord Castlereagh and Sir Charles Stewart, the second and third Marquesses

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