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2660, Q. Recherches statistiques sur la ville de Paris. 2 tomes. A Paris, de l'imprimerie royale. 1826. 10139, O. Description des Catacombes de Paris, par L. Héricart de Thury.
. A Paris, 1815.
11296, D. Galignani's new Paris guide for 1854. Paris.
1145, F. Digest of accounts of manufacturing establishments, &c., from the census of 1810 and 1820. Washington, 1811, 1823. 1145, F. Census for 1820. Washington, 1820. 1145, F. Fifth census. Washington, 1832. 9565, O. 17. Abstract of the returns of the fifth census. Washington, 1832. 1294, F. Sixth census; or enumeration of the inhabitants of the United States, as corrected at the department of State in 1840. Washington, 1841. 1242, F. Compendium of the enumeration of the inhabitants and statistics of the United States, as obtained at the Department of State, from the returns of the sixth census, by counties and principal towns. To which is added an abstract of each preceding census. Prepared at the Department of State. Washington, 1841. Gift of Joseph R. Ingersoll, Esq. 1295, F. Statistics of the United States of America, as collected and returned by the Marshals. Washington, 1841. 2451, Q & 1242, F. A census of pensioners for revolutionary or military services. Washington, 1841. 2633, Q. The seventh census of the United States, 1850, embracing a statistical view of each of the States and Territories, arranged by counties, towns, &c., under the following divisions: 1. Population by counties; classification of ages and color, aggregates. 2. Population by subdivisions of counties. 3. Nativities of the population. 4. Births, marriages, deaths, dwellings, and families. 5. Progress of the population. 6. Deaf and dumb, blind, insane, and idiotic. 7. Colleges, academies, schools, &c. 8. Attending school during year, as returned by families. 9. Adults in the State who cannot read and write. 10. Professions, occupations, and trades of the male population. 11. Agriculture, farms, and implements, stock products, home manufactures, &c. 12. Newspapers and periodicals. 13. Libraries other than private. 14. Churches, church property, &c. With an introduction, embracing the aggregate tables for the United States, compared with every previous census since 1790; schedules and laws of Congress relating to the census in the same period; ratio tables of increase and decrease of cities and States, &c., by sex, and age, and color; table of population of every county, town, township, &c., in the United States, alphabetically arranged, together with some explanatory remarks and an appendix, embracing notes upon the tables of each of the States, &c. J. D. B. De Bow, Superintendent. Washington, 1853. Gift of Hon. J. R. Chandler. 13252, O. Statistical view of the United States, embracing its territory, population—white, free colored, and slave—moral and social condition, industry, property, and revenue; the detailed statistics of cities, towns, and counties, being a compendium of the seventh census, to which are added the results of every previous census. By J. D. B. De Bow, Superintendent of United States Census. Washington, 1854. Gift of the author. 12887, O. The industrial resources, &c., of the Southern and Western States, embracing a view of their commerce, agriculture, manufactures, internal improvements; slave and free labor, slavery institutions, products, &c., of the
South, together with historical and statistical sketches of the different States and cities of the Union; statistics of United States commerce and manufactures from the earliest period, compared with other leading powers; the results of the different census returns, &c. With an appendix. By J. D. B. De Bow. 3 vols. New Orleans, 1852. 13500, O. Progress of the United States in population and wealth in fifty years, as exhibited by the decennial census from 1790 to 1840. With an appendix containing an abstract of the census of 1850. By George Tucker. New York, 1855. Gift of the author. 6505, D. Statistics of the west, at the close of the year 1836. By James Hall. Cincinnati, 1837. 8377, D. American facts. Notes and statistics relative to the United States of America. By George Palmer Putnam. London, 1845. 11003, O. 1. Economica; a statistical manual for the United States of America. Washington, 1806. Gift of Jonathan B. Smith, of Washington County, Pa. 99.18, 0. Statistik von Amerika, oder Versuch einer historisch pragmatischen und raisonirenden Darstellung des politischen und biirgerlichen Zustandes der neuen Staaten-Körper von Amerika, von D. Alexander Lips. Frankfurt M., 1828. 10762, D. American statistical annual. New York, 1854, to the present time. 1368, F. Census of New York State for 1845. Albany, 1846. 12339, O. Statistics of Georgia. By George White. Savannah, 1849. 2498, Q. vol. 2, 4. On the physical geography of the Mississippi Valley, with suggestions as to the improvement of the navigation of the Ohio and other rivers. By Charles Ellet, C. E., Smithsonian Institute. Washington, 1851. $309, D. The American guide-book; being a handbook for tourists and travellers. Philadelphia, 1846. 12893, O. Pictorial sketch-book of Pennsylvania. By Eli Bowen. Philadelphia, 1852. 11068, D. Hints to emigrants, or a comparative estimate of the advantages of Pennsylvania, and of the Western Territory. By John Lorain, of Philipsburg, Pa. Philadelphia, 1819. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. Note—For the topography, &c. of particular states, see HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATEs—Particular history.
WOYAGES AND TRAVELS-TREATISES ON TRAVELLING.
Herwhel, 9090, D. A manual of scientific inquiry; prepared for the officers in H. M. Navy, and travellers in general. By Sir Jno. E. W. Herschel. London, 1851.
Jackson, 7152, D. What to observe; or the traveller's remembrancer. By J. Jackson. London, 1841, &c.
Loudon,7732, D. Glimpses of nature and objects of interest described during a visit to the Isle of Wight, designed to assist and encourage young persons in forming habits of observation. By Mrs. Loudon. London, 1844.
Martineau, 6564 & 6613, D. How to observe; morals and manners. By Harriet Martineau. Philadelphia and London, 1838.
0900, D. The real and the ideal; or illustrations of travel. 2 vols. Lon. don, 1840.
COLLECTIONS OF WOYAGES.
De Bry, 1212, F. The celebrated collection of voyages by Theodore De Bry. 5 vols. (German.) Containing the voyages and travels in Asia and Africa, with 160 finely engraved plates. Frankfort am Mayn, 1609. Ternaux-Compans, 10430, O. Voyages, relations et mémoires originaux pour servir à l'histoire de la découverte de l’Amérique, publiés pour la premiere fois en Français, par H. Ternaux-Compans. 14 vols. Paris, 1840. 2332, Q. Recueil de voyages et de mémoires, publié par la société de Géographie. 2 tomes. Paris, 1825, 1830. 12927, O. Publications of the Hakluyt Society. 4 vols. London, 1847, to the present time.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Adalbert, 12295, O. Travels of his R. H. Prince Adalbert, of Prussia, in the south of Europe and in Brazil. With a voyage up the Amazon and the Xingu. Translated. 2 vols. London, 1849. Ansted, 13208, O. Scenery, science and art; being extracts from the note. book of a geologist and mining engineer. By Prof. D. T. Ansted. London, 1854. Bryant, 9497, D. Letters of a traveller; or notes of things seen in Europe and America. By Wm. Cullen Bryant. New York, 1850. Burritt, 10165, D. Thoughts and things at home and abroad. By Elihu Burritt. With a memoir of Mary Howitt. Boston, 1854. Byrne, 12034, O. Twelve years' wanderings in the British Colonies, from 1835 to 1847. By J. C. Byrne. 2 vols. London, 1848. Campbell, 8600, D. Rough recollections; or rambles abroad and at home. By Calder Campbell. 3 vols. London, 1847. Cleveland, 7311, D. A narrative of voyages and commercial enterprises. By Charles J. Cleveland. 2 vols. Cambridge, 1842. Coggeshall, 12595, O. Voyages to various parts of the world between 1799 and 1844. By George Coggeshall. New York, 1851. Choules, 10683, D. The cruise of the steam yacht North Star; a narrative of the excursion of Mr. Wanderbilt's party to England, Russia, Denmark, France, Spain, Italy, Malta, Turkey, Madeira, &c. By Rev. John O. Choules, D. D. Boston, 1854. Debary, 9857, D. Notes of a residence in the Canary Islands, the South of Spain and Algiers; illustrative of the state of religion in those countries. By the Rev. Thomas Debary, M. A. London, 1851. Fraser, 7688, D. Scientific wanderings. By the Rev. R. Fraser. Edinburgh, 1843. Fulton, 7161, D. Travelling sketches in various countries. By Henry Fulton. 2 vols. London, 1840. Gavock, 10818, D. A Tennessean abroad; or letters from Europe, Africa and Asia. By Randall W. Gavock. New York, 1854. Grattan, 8614 & 10376, D. Adventures of the Connaught Rangers, from 1808 to 1814. By W. Grattan. 1st & 2d series, 2 vols. each. London, 1847. Hakluyt, 12927, 0. Publications of the Hakluyt Society for the years 1847, 1848, 1849, 1850, 1851, 1852, &c. London, 1847, &c. to the present time.
Hart, 8909, D. The romance of yachting. Voyage the first. By Joseph C. Hart. New York, 1848. Höllhaus, 7722, D. Wanderings of a journeyman tailor through Europe and the east, 1824 to 1840. By P. D. Holthaus. Translated from the German, by William Howitt. London, 1844. Jarett, 6431, D. Passages in foreign travels. By Isaac A. Jewett. Boston, 1838. Lesson, 10081, O. Voyage medical autour du monde pendant les années 1822, 1825. Par R. P. Lesson. Paris, 1829. Little, 7868, D. Life on the ocean; or twenty years at sea. By George Little, now entirely blind. 2d edition. Boston, 1844. Napier, 7702, D. Wild sports in Europe, Asia and Africa. By Lieut. Col. E. Napier. 2 vols. London, 1844. — 7055, D. Scenes and sports in foreign lands. By Major E. Napier. 2 vols. London, 1840. — 6957, D. Lights and shades of military life. Edited by Major-Gen. Sir Charles Napier, K. C. B. 2 vols. London, 1840. Polo, 7796, D. The travels of Marco Polo, greatly amended and enlarged. By Hugh Murray. London, 1846. Rockwell, 10570, O. Sketches of foreign travel, and life at sea. By the Rev. Charles Rockwell, late of the United States Navy. 2 vols. Boston, 1842. Ruschenberger, 13164, O. Notes and commentaries during a voyage to Brazil and China, in the year 1848. By W. J. W. Ruschenberger. Richmond, 1854. Gift of the author. &hmidel, 96.19, O. Histoire véritable d'un voyage curieux, fait par Ulrich Schmidel de Straubing. Paris, 1837. &raly, 6189, D., Memorials of the sea. By the Rev. William Scoresby. London, 1835. &openhauer, 8634, D. Youthful life and pictures of travel. From the autobiography of Madame Schopenhauer. 2 vols. London, 1847. Sahlschmidt, 6479, D. A pilgrimage by sea and land. By John C. Stahlschmidt. London, 1837. & John, 10900. There and back again in search of beauty. By James Augustus St. John. 2 vols. London, 1853. Trry,9034, D. Scenes and thoughts in foreign lands. By Charles Terry. London, 1848. Touhart, 12417, 0. The pillars of Hercules; or a narrative of France in Spain and Morocco in 1848. By David Urquhart. 2 vols, London, 1850. Ward,9697, D. Letters from three continents. By M. (Mathew Ward), the Arkansas correspondent of the Louisville Journal. New York, 1851. Willis, o D. Health trip to the tropics. By N. Parker Willis. New (ork, 1853. Wood,9140, D. Wandering sketches of people and things in South America, Polynesia, California and other places visited during a cruise in the U. S. ship Levant, Portsmouth and Savannah. By W. M. Wood, M. D. Philadelphia, 1849. Joan, 10852, D. Romance of travel from Brest to the Isle of Bourbon, Brazil, &c. By Dr. Yvan. Wood-cuts. London, 1854. - 10575, D. Voyages et recits. Par le docteur M. Yvan. 2 tomes. Bruxelles, 1853. W. D. Sketches by a sailor; or things of earth and things of heaven. **Commander in the Navy. London, 1853. *} D. Over the ocean; or glimpses of travel in many lands. By a * of New York. New York, 1836. 8 14
9861, D. Recollections of a ramble from Sydney to Southampton; via South America, Panama, the West Indies, the United States and Niagara. London, 1851.
8421, D. The travels of several learned missionaries of the society of Jesus into divers parts of the Archipelago, India, China and America. London, 1714.
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Back, 9380 & 9428, O. Narrative of the Arctic land expedition to the mouth