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ALPHABETICAL INDEX

As WELL OF

SUBJECTS AS OF AUTHORS, TO WOLS, I, II, AND III,

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METHOD OF USING THIS INDEX.

If the author's, translator's, or annotator's name is known, turn to it. If the work is a biography, turn to the name of the person whose life is wanted. "If the title only of a book is known, turn to the most important word preferring of two words equally important, that which stands first in the title. Otherwise turn to the subject, looking out corresponding words in other languages and synonymous words in English.

Having found a book in this Index, the number in the column annexed means that page in the Catalogue. The paging being continuous through the whole three volumes, all pages before 986 will be found in the two volume catalogue of 1835. Refer to the page indicated for the number, size, and full title of the book.

EXPLANATIONS.

Words in small CAPITALs indicate a section or division of the Catalogue.

(2) after a word signifies that the book in question will be found two times or twice on the same page.

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INDEX.

A. PAGE
Abaellino. A drama, 517

Abat, B. Amusemens philosophiques,
1119, 1166

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Abbadon's steam engine—calumny, 202
Abbé de l'Epee. A drama, 518
Abbeokuta, 1046
Abbey of Croyland. Chronicle of, 1464
Abbey pieces, 1453
Abbot, C. Letter, &c., 1476
Abbot (The). A novel, 536
- See Scott's novels.

Abbots. Mss. History of, 1041
Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey, 680
Abbott, A. Letters from Cuba, 711
Abbott, I. On magnetism, 259
Abbott, Jacob. Alexander the great, 1567
- Alfred (King), 1568
– Caesar, 1600
- Charles I., 1579
- Charles II., 1579
- Cleopatra, 1580
- Cyrus the great, 1584
- Darius, 1584
- Hannibal, 1594
- Elizabeth (Queen), 1587
- Mary, Queen of Scots, 1610
– Nero, 1613
- Pyrrhus, 1618
- Romulus, 1621
- William the conqueror, 1636
- Xerxes, 1637
- Summer in Scotland, 1397
The young Christian, 45
Abbott, Rev. J. A. Philip Musgrave, 1613
Abbott, James. Journey, 1410
Abbott, John S. C. Josephine, 1600
- Kings and queens, 1566
- Maria Antoinette, 1568
- Napoleon, 1573
- Madame Roland, 1620
Abdeker; or preservation of beauty, 304
Abd-el-Kader. Mission to, 1420
- Residence with, 1425

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Abdy, E. S. Jour. in the U. S., 1426
Abecedario pittorico, 955
A'Beckett, G. A. Comic England, 1459
- Comic works, 1273

Source of the Nile, 1420

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A'Becket, T. Life and letters of, 1566
— Vie politique et religieuse, 1566

Abeel, Rev. D. Missionary conven-
tion, 1

— Residence in China, 693
Abel, C. Journey in China, 693
Abel. Death of, 493
Abel redivivus. Fuller's, 931
Abélard. Par C. de Rémusat, 1567
Abelard and Heloisa. Lives of 449, 904
— and Heloise. Romance of, 1567

Abell, Mrs. Napoleon at St. Helena, 1573
Abelly, L. Medulla theologica, 1645

Abencerrages. Faction of, 836
Abenhamin. Wars of Granada, 836
Aberconway. Abbey of, 1474
Abercrombie, James, D. D. Charge, 214
— Compends, 269, 423
— Elocution, 269, 423
— Fast sermon, 90
— Letter to his congregation, 45
— Mourner comforted, 45

— Natural history, 269, 423
— On the catechism, 36
— Orations, sermons, &c., 1230
Abercrombie, John. British fruit
gardener, 385
— Every man his own gardener, 389
— Gardener's vegetable system, 385
Abercrombie, John, M. D. On the in-
tellectual powers, 183.
— On the moral feelings, 193

Abercrombie, (Sir) Ralph. Expedition, 723
Aberdeen (Earl of). Grecian archi-

tecture, 369
Aberdeen, J. Kingly government, 792
Aberdeen, Lord. Secretaryship of, 1482
Aberdeen. Survey of city of, 781
Abernethy, J. Discourses, 90
— Memoirs of, &c., 1567
Abert, J. W. New Mexico, 1534
Abingdon, Earl of. On Burke's let-

ter, 894
Abipones. Account of the, 715
Abolition. Immediate and gradual, 246
— of slave trade. Poems on, 463,471
— WoRks on, 241, 1106
— of slavery. Pa. laws for, 245

— of slavery and slave trade, 1106 to 1110
— society. Declaration of Liverpool, 246
— society. List of (1788), 246
— societies. Constitution, &c., 1109, 1110

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