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Dufief, 13600, 0. 6. The logic of facts. With an improved method of using “Nature displayed.” By G. N. Dufief. Philadelphia, 1806. Elis, 12116, 0.1. Esenzalz ov fonetics. By A. J. Elis. Lundun, 1848. Forster, 12640, 0. The one primeval language. By Rev. C. Forster. 3 vols. London, 1851, 1852. —12640, 0.1. The one primeval language traced experimentally through ancient inscriptions in alphabetic characters of lost powers from the four continents; including the voice of Israel, from the rocks of Sinai, and the vestiges of patriarchal tradition from the monuments of Egypt, Etruria and Southern Arabia. With plates, alphabets, &c. By Rev. Charles Foster, B. D. London, 1851. Also, in separate vols., part 2, The monuments of Egypt, and part 3, The monuments of Assyria, Babylonia and Persia. 3 vols. London, 1852. Fry,9241, O. Pantographia, containing copies of all known alphabets. By E. Fry. London, 1799. Groves, 11764, 0.2. Pasilogia, an essay towards the formation of a system of universal language, both written and vocal. By the Rev. Edward Groves. Dublin, 1846. Hazard, 7320, D. Language; its connection with the present condition and future prospects of man. By a Heteroscian (Mr. Hazard). Providence, 1836. Gift of John Jay Smith. Jackson, 13517, O. Nature improved, or a new method of teaching languages. By Samuel Jackson, M. D. Philadelphia, 1827. Johnes, 10969, O. Philological proofs of the original unity and recent origin of the human race, derived from a comparison of the languages of Asia, Europe, Africa, and America. By Arthur James Johnes, Esq. London, 1843. Johnson, 10547, O. Nuces philosophicae; as the philosophy of things as developed from the study of the philosophy of words. By E. Johnson. London, 1842. Johnson, 10844, D. The meaning of words; analyzed into words and unverbal things, &c. By A. B. Johnson. New York, 1854. Karanagh, 11164, O. The discovery of the science of languages. By M. Kavanagh. 2 vols. London, 1844. Kennedy, 9318, O. See p. 1219. Kraitsir, 10309, D. Glossology; being a treatise on the nature of language and the language of nature. By Charles Kraitsir, M. D. New York, 1852. Monti, 10269, O. Discorso in cui si ricerca qual parte aver possa il popolo nella formazione d'una lingua e considerazioni sopra alcune correzioni proposte dal Cavalier Monti al vocabolario del la Academia della Crusca. Firenze, 1819. Murray, 11295, D. Handbook of travel talk. A collection of phrases for English travellers in Germany, France, or Italy, &c. By John Murray. London, 1851. Orlic, 13600, 0.7. Nature explained. By D'Orlic. Philadelphia, 1806. Philomneste, 10911, O. Amusements philologiques, ou variétés entous genres. Par G. P. Philomneste. Dijon, 1842. Prichard, 9394, O. The eastern origin of the Celtic Nations proved by a comparison of their dialect with the Sanskrit, Greek, Latin and Teutonic languages. Forming a supplement to researches into the physical history of mankind. By James C. Prichard. Oxford, 1836. Salverte, 13441, O. See p. 1150. Schischkow, 10478, O. Untersuchungen über die Sprache, mitgetheilt in den Nachrichten der Russichen Akademie, von Alexander Schischkow. 3 Thiel. St. Petersburg, 1826. Presented by the Imperial Academy.

Schlegel, S680, D. The philosophy of life, and the philosophy of languages.
By Frederick Won Schlegel. New York, 1848.
Sewell, 6251, D. On the cultivation of the intellect by the study of the dead
- languages. By W. Sewell. London, 1830.
Strause, 9662, D. Polyglot pocketbook for English, German, French, Italian,
Spanish and Portuguese conversation. By J. Strause. New York,
Ter Reehorst, 8922, D. The mariner's friend; or polyglot technical dictionary.
By R. P. Ter Reehorst. Amsterdam, 1849.
Trench, 10118 & 10212, D. On the study of words. By R. C. Trench.
New York and London, 1832. -
Winning, 97.40, 0. A manual of comparative philology. By Rev. W. B.
Winning. London, 1838.
Wood, 6322, D. A grammar of elocution. By the Rev. Samuel Wood, B.A.
London, 1833. Gift of the author.
10521, O.. The philological museum. 2 vols. Cambridge (Eng.), 1833.


Blackie, 13638, 0.9. The living language of the Greeks, and its utility to the classical scholar. By John S. Blackie. Edinburgh, 1853. Calepinus, 2507, Q. Fratris Ambrosii Calepini Bergomatis Dictionarium. Paris, 1513. (Latin Dictionary only.) Castanis, 12315, O. 5. Essay on the ancient and modern Greek languages, by Christophoros Plato Castanis, of Scio, Greece. Andover, 1844. Donaldson, 13072, O. The new Cratylus; or contributions towards a more accurate knowledge of the Greek language. By John William Donaldson, D. D. 2d edition, revised and considerably enlarged London, 1850. 12983, O. Varronianus, a critical and historical introduction to the ethnography of ancient Italy, and to the philological study of the Latin language. By John W. Donaldson, D. D. London, 1852. Freigius, 9210, D. Latina Grammatica Joh. Thomae Freigii. Novibergae. Gillespie, 11177, D. Analecta Latina; with an appendix on the Latin prepositions. By Thomas Gillespie, LL.D. Cupar, 1838. Hadrian, 9204, D. 2. Hadrianus de sermone Latino. Basileae, 1533. Lewis, 9317, O. An essay on the origin and formation of the Roman languages. By G. C. Lewis. Oxford, 1835. Marsh, 9282, O. Horae Pelasgicae. An inquiry into the origin and language of the Pelasgi. By H. Marsh. Cambridge, 1815. Mure, 12467, O. A critical history of the language and literature of Ancient Greece. By Wm. Mure. 3 vols. London, 1850. Neander, 9618, D. Graeca Linguae tabulae. Auctore Michaelis Neandri. Basiliae. Gift of S. Austin Allibone, Esq. Nigidius, 9262, D. Selectum Latinae Grammatices opusculum per Petrum Nigidium. Marpurgi, 1580, D. Rich, 8999, D. The illustrated companion to the Latin dictionary and Greek lexicon. By Anthony Rich. London, 1849. Schoof, 9.202, D. Informatorium of Werklaer Boeck over net Theatrum Grammaticale (Latinum) van Henricus Schoof. Utrecht, 1670. Serranus, 9184, D. Synonymorum libellus ex optimis Latinae et Graecalinguæ scriptoribus congestus, auctore Johan. Serrano. Noribergae, 1571.


Sorell, 6251, D. An essay on the cultivation of the intellect, by the study of the dead languages. By Wm. Sewell. London, 1830. Tachard, 2452, Q. Lexicon Latino-Belgicum novum. A. P. G. Tachard accurante S. Pitisco. Dordaci, 1725. Trench, 10819, D. Synonyms of the New Testament. By Richard Chenevix Trench. New York, 1854. Turner, 9267, D. Exercises to the Latin Accidence. By William Turner. London, 1733. Valens, 1315, F. Laurentiae Vallensis Ellegantiae de linguà latina. Venice, 1492. 2224, Q. Fragment of a Greek dictionary; manuscript on vellum. Gift of Henry Core, Esq., of Ireland. 9234, D. The English introduction to the Latine tongue, for the use of the lower forms in Westminster school.



Bosworth, 9769, O. A dictionary of the Anglo Saxon language. By the Rev. J. Bosworth, LL. D. London, 1838.

Klipstein, 95.16, D. Analecta Anglo-Saxonica. By Louis F. Klipstein. 2 vols. New York, 1849.


l 9835, D. 2. Alphabetum Arabicum, cum oratione dominicali, &c. Romae, 797. 12383, O. See p. 993.


2671, Q. Dictionarium Latino-Armenum super sacram scripturam et libros Divini officii Ecclesiae Armenae, compositum per D. N. E. T. (Deodato Nierszesouicz Episcopo Traianopolitano.) Romae, Propag. Fide, 1695. o D. 3. Alphabetum Armenum, cum oratione dominicali, &c. Romas, in-t.


Hicks, 2613, Q 2. The first and second kinds of Persepolitan writing by the Rev. Edward Hincks. Dublin, 1846.

– 2613, Q. 3. On the three kinds of Persepolitan writing, and on the mode of expressing numerals in Cuneatic characters. By the Rev. Edward Hincks. Dublin, 1847.


Prichard,9394,0. The eastern origin of the Celtic Nations proved by a comparison of their dialect with the Sanskrit, Greck, Latin and Teu

tonic languages. Forming a supplement to researches into the phy. sical history of mankind. By James C. Prichard. Oxford, 1836.

Stratton, 2382, Q. Illustrations of the affinity of the Latin languages to the Gaelic or Celtic of Scotland. By T. Stratton. 1840. Gift of the author.


Andrews, 10959, D. Discoveries in Chinese; or the symbolism of the primi. tive characters of the Chinese system of writing. By Stephen Pearl Andrews. New York, 1854. Callery, 10904, O. Systema phoneticum scripturae Sinicae. 2 tom. Auctore J. M. Callery. Macao, 1841. Duponceau, 9630, O. A dissertation on the nature and character of the Chinese system of writing. By Peter S. Duponceau, LL.D. Phila. delphia, 1838. 12726, O. Wol. 2. A dissertation on the nature and character of the Chinese system of writing, in a letter to John Waughan. By Peter S. Duponceau, LL.D. To which are subjoined a vocabulary of the Cochin-Chinese language, by Father Joseph Monone, with notes on the affinity between Chinese and Cochin-Chinese, by M. de la Palan; and a Cochin-Chinese and Latin dictionary. Published by order of the American Philosophical Society. Philadelphia, 1838. Kidd, 9679, O. 11. Lecture on the Chinese language. By Rev. S. Kidd. London, 1838. Lay, 7302, D. The Chinese as they are; their moral, social and literary cha. racter; a new analysis of their language, with succinct views of their principal arts and sciences. By G. Tradescant Lay, Esq. London, 1841. Staunton, 12290, 0.2. On rendering the word “God” into Chinese. By Sir G. T. Staunton. London, 1849. 13511, O. Eight books printed in Chinese characters, and neatly put up in two cases. 2 vols.


Belcher, 11992, O. Narrative of the voyage of H. M. S. Samarang, during 1843–46, employed surveying the Islands of the Eastern Archipelago, with a vocabulary of the principal languages. . By Captain Sir E. Belcher. Natural history by A. Adams. 2 vols. London, 1848. Richardson, 9389, O. 3. A dissertation on the languages, literature, and manners of eastern nations. By J. Richardson. Oxford, 1777. Schlegel, 9298, O. Reflections sur l'étude des langues Asiatiques addressé a Sir James Mackintosh. Par A. W. de Schlegel. A Bonn et Paris, 1832. Ziegenbaly, 2582, Q. Grammatica Damulica, quá lingua Damulica seu Mala: barica quae inter Indos Orientales in usu est facile disci possit. A Bartholomaeo Ziegenbalg, Missionario. Halae Saxonum, 1716. 9835, D. 5. Alphabetum Brammhanicum seu Indostanum Universitatis Kasi. Romae, 1771. 9835, D. 4. Alphabetum Barmanorum, seu regni Avensis. Roma, 1787.


Bunsen, 12052, O. Egypt's place in the world's history. 2 vols. By C. J. Bunsen. London, 1848.


Hincks, 2613, Q. 1. An attempt to ascertain the number, names and powers of the letters of the hieroglyphic, or ancient Egyptian alphabet. By the Rev. Edward Hincks, D. D. Dublin, 1847. Landseer, 2289, Q. Sabaean Researches; in a series of essays, addressed to distinguished antiquaries, and including the substance of a course of lectures delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, on the hieroglyphics of Chaldea, Egypt and Canaan. By John Landseer. London, 1823. Sharpe, 2307, Q. Rudiments of a vocabulary of Egyptian hieroglyphics. By Samuel Sharpe. London, 1837. Williams, 9392, O. An essay on the hieroglyphics of the ancient Egyptians. By John Williams. London, 1836. Young, 1306, F. Hieroglyphics, collected by the Egyptian Society. Arranged by Thomas Young, M.D., F. R. S. London, 1823.


Bartlett, 12024, O. Dictionary of Americanisms. A glossary of words and phrases usually regarded as peculiar to the United States. By John Russell Bartlett. New York, 1848. —9894, D. A collection of college words and customs. By T. R. Bartlett. Cambridge, 1851. Brockett, 6.115, D. A glossary of north country words in use; with their etymology, etc. By John T. Brockett. Newcastle, 1829. Clark, 8112, D. See p. 1241. Craik, 100.97, D. Outlines of the history of the English language, for colleges and schools. By George L. Craik. London, 1851. Douglass, 11040, D. 9. A key to pronunciation. By William Douglass. Philadelphia, 1800. Dunglison, 12768, O. See p. 1153. Fowler, 12670, O. English Grammar. The English language in its elements and forms; with a history of its origin and development, designed for use in colleges and schools. By William C. Fowler. New York, 1850. Graham, 7431, D. English; or the art of composition explained in a series of instructions and examples. By G. F. Graham. London, 1842. -— 8412, D, English synonymes classified and explained, with practical exercises. By G. F. Graham. Edited by Henry Reed, LL.D. New York, 1847. illiwell, 12780, O. A dictionary of archaic and provincial words, obsolete phrases, proverbs and ancient customs, from the 14th century. B James Orchard Halliwell, Esq. 2 vols. 2d edition. London, 1850. Halloway, 10379, O. A general dictionary of provincialisms, written with a view to rescue from oblivion the fast fading relics of bygone days. By Wm. Halloway. London, 1840. Harrison, 9026, D. The rise, progress and structure of the English language. By Rev. W. Harrison. London and Philadelphia, 1849. "myn, 2540, Q. Book of English epithets, literal and figurative. By James Jermyn. London, 1849. Latham,9970, D. A handbook of the English language, for students. By R. G. Latham, M. D. London, 1851. —o, 0. The English language. By R. G. Latham. London, 841. T-10536, 0. The English language. By R. G. Latham. 3d edition. London, 1851. *r,7872, D, English surnames. By M. A. Lower. London, 1842.

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