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ADDISON, JOSEPH. Works: a new Edition, with Notes by Richard Hurd. LONDON, Cadell, 1811.

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ADUNATIONE de i quattro evangelisti in uno, cioe vita, passione & resurrettione di Jesu Christo nostro Salvatore. Con una breve espositione molto utile e necessaria ad ogni fidel Christiano. VENETIA, ne la contrata de S. Maria Formosa, 1556.

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Aurea verba. See GERSON, J.

ÆLIANUS, CLAUDIUS. Varia historia, ad mss. codices nunc primum recognita et castigata, cum versione Justi Vulteii, sed innumeris in locis ad græcum auctoris contextum emendata, et perpetuo commentario Jacobi Perizonii. LUGDUNI IN BAT., 1701.

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ÆSCHINES. Due orationi, l' una di Eschine contra di Tesifonte, l'altra di Demosthene à sua difesa, di Greco in volgare nuovamente tradotte per un gentilhuomo Firentino. VINIGIA, in casa de figliuoli di Aldo, 1554.

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ÆSCHYLUS. Æschyli tragœdiæ sex (græce). VENETIIS, in ædibus
Aldi et Andrea soceri, 1518.

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First edition. From the library of M. YEMENIZ, No. 1864.

Tragedies; literally translated, with critical and illustrative Notes, and an Introduction, by T. A. Buckley. LONDON, Bohn, 1849. 1 vol. 8vo, half calf.

ESOPUS. Æsopi fabulæ cum interpretatione vulgari: et figuris acri cura emendatæ. BRIXIE, impendio Ludovici Britanici: et fratrum, MD. xxij. Die xij. Octobris. (1522.)

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ÆSOPUS. Æsop's Fables, with his Life: in English, French, and Latin.

Newly translated. Illustrated with 112 sculptures. To this Edition are likewise added 31 new figures representing his life. By Francis Barlow. LONDON, 1687.

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Fables of Æsop and other Eminent Mythologists. By Sir R. L'Estrange. LONDON, 1738.

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Select Fables of Esop and other Fabulists; in three books. LONDON, Dodsley, 1761.

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Æsop's Fables, embellished with 111 elegant engravings. [Samuel Croxall.] LONDON, printed by Davidson, 1818.

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Æsop's Fables; a new Version by Rev. Thomas James. With more than fifty illustrations by J. Tenniel. NEW YORK [1848].

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The Fables of Æsop, with a Life of the Author, illustrated with one hundred and eleven engravings from original designs by Herrick. NEW YORK, 1865.

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AGASSIZ, LOUIS. Lake Superior; its Physical Character, Vegetation, and Animals. With a Narrative of the Tour by J. E. Cabot. BOSTON, 1850.

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AGRICOLA, DANIEL. Passio domini nostri Jesu Christi. BASILEÆ, T. Vuolff, 1520.

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AGUILAR, GRACE. The Women of Israel. NEW YORK, 1851.

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AKENSIDE, MARK. Poetical Works. LONDON, Bell and Daldy, 1866. I vol. 16mo, calf. (Matthews.)

ALBERTIS, LEO BAPTISTA. Leonis Baptista Alberti Florētini viri clarissimi libri de re ædificatoria decē. PARRHISIIS, B. Remboldt et L. Hornken, 1512.

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ALBERTUS DE PADUA. Incipit solene opus expositiōis Evangelioru dominicaliu tocius anni reverendi magistri Alberti de Padua ordinis fratru heremitarum sci Augustini. (In fine:) Liber VENETIIS impressus per magros Ada de Rotuuil et Andrea de Corona finit āno 1476.

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ALBERTUS MAGNUS. Incipit liber Alberti magni ordinis predicatorum de adherendo deo. Tractatulus de remediis contra pusillanimitatem scrupulositatem contra deceptorias inimici per Johannem Gerson. Epistola domini Bonaventure cardinalis de modo proficiendi compendioso. Brevis et utilis doctrina juvenum domini Bonas. 1. et a. [ULME, J. Zainer, circa 1473.]



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ALBIN, ELEAZAR. Insectorum angliæ naturalis historia: accedunt annotationes a Guil. Derham. LONDINI, 1731.

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ALBUM DU CHASSEUR. Illustré de 12 photographies d'après les dessins de M. C. F. Deiker; légendes par M. de La Rue. PARIS, Rothschild, 1865.

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ALBUM VON MÜNCHEN: verlag von A. Meysel in Dresden. Debit

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ALCIATUS, ANDREAS. Andrea Alciati emblematum libellus, nuper in lucem editus. VENETIIS, Aldi filios, 1546.

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Clarissimi viri D. Andreæ Alciati emblematum libri duo. LUG-
DUNI, J. Tornasium et G. Gazeium, 1554

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ALCIATUS, ANDREAS. Les Emblemes de maistre Andre Alciat, mis en rime françoyse, et puis nagueres reimprime avec curieuse correction. On les vend a Paris en la maison de Chrestien Wechel a lescu de Basle. M. D. XL.

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"Exemplaire AUDENET. Edition en caractères italiques."
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ALCOCK, SIR RUTHERFORD. The Capital of the Tycoon; a Narrative of a Three Years' Residence in Japan. LONDON, Longmans, 1863.

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ALEXANDER, JAMES W. Consolation: in Discourses on Select Topics, addressed to the Suffering People of God. NEW YORK, Scribner, 1853.

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Discourses on Common Topics of Christian Faith and Practice. NEW YORK, Scribner, 1858.

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Forty Years' Familiar Letters. YORK, Scribner, 1860.

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The Man of Business considered in his various Relations. By J. W. Alexander, J. Todd, W. B. Sprague, S. H. Tyng, I. Ferris, and J. F. Stearns. NEW YORK, 1857.

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ALEXANDER DE ALES. Summa universæ theologiæ. Pars prima.
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Fraciscum gyrardenghum. Papie M. CCCC. LXXXIX.

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ALFORD, HENRY, Dean of Canterbury. How to Study the New Tes-
tament. LONDON, 1868.

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Letters from Abroad. Second Edition. LONDON, 1865.
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ALISON, SIR ARCHIBALD. History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution to the Accession of Louis Napoleon, 1774-1852. EDINBURGH, Blackwood, 1860–69.

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Miscellaneous Essays. with the author's corrections.

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ALLIBONE, S. AUSTIN. A Critical Dictionary of English Literature, and British and American Authors, living and deceased. PHILADELPHIA, 1870-71.

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ALT, RUDOLF. Malerische Ansichten von Wien. WIEN, verlag von L. T. Neumann, s. a.

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AMBROSIUS S., mediolanensis. De officiis libri tres. (In fine:) Impressus mediolani per Christoforu Valdarfer Ratisponensem M. CCCC.


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AMERICAN ECLECTIC; or, Selections from the Periodical Litera

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and others. Jan., 1841, to Nov., 1842. NEW YORK, 1841 – 42.
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AMERICAN PIONEER; a Monthly Periodical devoted to the Objects of the Logan Historical Society. CINCINNATI, 1842-43.

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AMES, FISHER. Works with a Selection from his Speeches and Correspondence. Edited by his son, Seth Ames. BOSTON, 1854.

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AMES, JOSEPH. Typographical Antiquities; or the History of Printing in England, Scotland and Ireland; containing Memoirs of our Ancient Printers, and a Register of the Books printed by them. Begun by the late Joseph Ames; considerably augmented by Wm. Herbert; and now greatly enlarged, with copious notes, and illustrated with appropriate engravings; by the Rev. T. F. Dibdin. LONDON, printed for W. Miller by W. Savage, 1810 – 19.

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