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Report from His Majesty's Commissioners for Inquiring into the Administration and Practical Operation of the Poor Laws.
1834
 

The Fashions. Expressly designed and prepared for the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine. January 1864. [Caption title]. Oval gilt frame, 11.5" x 9.5." Gilt ringed oval mat over French fashion engraving (7.5" x 5") with two foreground figures of young women. One is dressed from the neck down in a heavy pink brocaded full gray one piece floor length dress; the other is similarly attired in a full skirted purple velvet dress with gilt rope decorative motif. The dresses are each 3.5" in length and 5" in width overall (with the purple velvet partially covering the gray dress). Highly appealing and very unusual.
1864
 

A Representation of Governor Wall Ordering Serjeant B. Armstrong, Without a Trial, to be tied to a gun, at Coree, in Africa, and inhumanly flogged by Black Slaves, who were changed every twenty-five lashes. [Caption title & partial text]. [Followed by large woodcut of the scene]. 12" x 7." Fine.
1802
 

Governor Wall's Ghost. Tune--Snug Little Island. [Caption title.] Sm. folio broadside.
1802
 

A Letter from Timothy Sobersides, Extinguisher-Maker, at Wolverhampton, to Jonathan Blast, Bellows-Maker, at Birmingham.
1792
 

By Authority. Ten Thousand Pounds Damages....A Report of the Trial on an Action...Brought by the Reverend Charles Massy Against the Most Noble the Marquis of Headfort, for Criminal Conversation with Plantiff's[!] Wife....
1804
 

Large 4to Holograph Letter Extensively Illustrated, Signed by "Vivien" to “Dear Sir James”. Ca. 1920s-1930s). Illustrated holograph “thank you” letter with 2 additional hand colored illustrations. Letter 8.5 x 10.5". On blue paper with inked illustration of woman in rags and then in fur coat, 2 pp. Illus. 4 x6". Ink and wash. “At Chapmans Point 1934. W.G. Haselden”. Plus, ink and wash, 2.75 x 10," three glamorously dressed women, mostly reds & blacks, with scribblings of words on verso. Letter has a few water spots at bottom.
1930
 

Geology Notes/Text from Mid-19th Century England. Sm. folio. Contemp. cloth backed marbled boards (boards worn), very sound. 175 pp. Hand drawn illustrations. Ink, with pencil corrections. 14 pp. section upside down, and 2 pages in German. A few cut outs.
1860
 

Schools for All. At a Meeting of the West London Lancasterian Association … Second Day of August, 1813, Sir James Mackintosh, M.P. in the Chair; It was Resolved, that this Association intends providing instruction in reading, writing arithmetic, and good morals, for the children of both Sexes, and of every religious denomination…. [Caption title and partial text]. Broadsheet, 10-7/8” x 8-1/8." 2 pp. Sheet lightly toned. Nice copy.
1813
 

To the Mechanics, Artizans, and Labourers of London & Westminster. My Friends and Fellow Countrymen, The anxiety I feel for your welfare, induces me to offer you a word of advice:--“Beware of those who lie in wait to deceive.” Our violent political Orators, have again recourse to the old worn out subject of a Reform in Parliament…. [Caption title and beginning of text.] Broadside, 15” x 10-3/8”, signed in type by “A Tradesman” at conclusion. Clean tear in margin at lower corner, triangular piece (1” a side) gone from center of left-hand margin with loss of first two characters from one line of text. Manuscript note, “taken in the street/8 Feby/17” in upper margin. Other than the flaws noted, a very good copy of an attractively printed piece.
1817
 

Lady Golightly, and Her Cousins, the Grasshoppers[.] Or, Make Hay While the Sun Shines.
1850
 

Country Book Club. Rules. Allowed for Reading [10] Days. Fine for keeping a Book Beyond the Time, Two-pence per day....[Caption and beginning of text].
1838
 

ANDERSON, CHRISTOPHE Historical Sketches of the Ancient Native Irish and Their Descendants...
1828
 

ANON. Postscript to "A Review of the Colonial Slave Registration Acts..."
1820
 

ANON. Twenty Millions Thrown Away, and Slavery Perpetuated.
1830
 

ANON. Valpurgis; or, the Devil's Festival. In Two Cantos. The Ball and Drawing Room.
1831
 

ANON. The Minstrel; or, Anecdotes of Distinguished Personages in the Fifteenth Century. Three Volumes in One. First American...Edition.
1802
 

ANON. West Riding, England, Cloth Manufacturers Ledger, 1804-1809. 8vo. contemp. leather bound wallet flap notebook, 87 pp., ink, alphabetical-tab index in front, some missing pages, some torn, stray pencil scribblings, few wormholes, legible.
1804
 

ANON. The Socialists, a Society of Beasts. [Caption title].
1840
 

ARNOLD, MATTHEW. Essays in Criticism.
1865
 

AUSTEN, JANE. Elizabeth Bennet; or, Pride and Prejudice: A Novel. In Two Volumes...First American...
1832
 

BARTLETT, W.H Jerusalem Revisited. With Illustrations
1855
 

BELL, CHARLES. Essays on the Anatomy of Expression in Painting.
1806
 

BLACKWOOD, HELEN SEL Lispings from Low Latitudes, or Extracts from the Journal of the Hon. Impulsia Gushington.
1863
 

BOILEAU, D. Translat Papyro-Plastics, or the Art of Modelling in Paper; Being an Instructive Amusement for Young Persons of Both Sexes. From the German...Second Edition, Greatly Enlarged and Improved. With Twenty-Two Plates.
1825
 

BOSWELL, JAMES. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.
1807
 

BOSWELL, JAMES. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.
1807
 

BRADLEY, FRANCIS HER Appearance and Reality. A Metaphysical Essay.
1893
 

BUCKLER, GEORGE B. Two Hundred & Seventy Original Comic Ink Sketches with Brief Titles (sometimes explanatory text), ca. 1831-32.
1831
 

BULWER-LYTTON, EDWAR Conversations with an Ambitious Student in Ill Health: with Other Pieces.
1832
 

BUSHNAN, J. STEVENSO The Philosophy of Instinct and Reason.
1837
 

CALLENDER, JAMES. The Political Progress of Britain: or, an Impartial History of the Abuses in the Government of the British Empire, in Europe, Asia, and America...Tending to Prove the Ruinous Consequences of the Popular System of Taxation, War, and Conquest. Part First [-Second].
1795
 

CARLILE, RICHARD. The Report of the Proceedings of the Court of King's Bench...Being the Mock Trials of Richard Carlile, for Alledged Blasphemous Libels, in Publishing Thomas Paine's Theological Works and Elihu Principles of Nature...
1826
 

CARROLL, LEWIS. Advertisement. [Caption title]. 12mo. broadside.
1893
 

CASS, LEWIS. France, and Its King, Court, and Government. By an American.
1840
 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM. American Slavery and Colour.
1857
 

CHANCE, EDWARD J. On the Nature, Causes, Variety, and Treatment of Bodily Deformities...In Two Parts. Part I (all published).
1862
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. Self-Culture. An Address Introductory to the Franklin Lectures. Delivered at Boston, United States, September, 1838.
1839
 

CLARKSON, THOMAS Thoughts on the Necessity of Improving the Condition of the Slaves in the British Colonies, with a View to Their Ultimate Emancipation...
1823
 

CLEMENS, S.L. The Mississippi Pilot. By Mark Twain.
1877
 

COLDWELL, WILLIAM. Hebrew Harmonies and Allusions.
1820
 

COLLINS, JOHN A. Right and Wrong Among the Abolitionists of the United States: or the Objects, Principles, and Measures of the Original American Anti-Slavery Society, Unchanged...with an Introductory Letter by Miss [Harriet] Martineau, and an Appendix...
1841
 

COLQUHOUN, PATRICK. A Treatise on the Police of London; Containing a Detail of the Various Crimes and Misdemeanors...and Suggesting Remedies for Their Prevention....By a Magistrate.
1798
 

COMBE, GEORGE. What Should Secular Education Embrace? Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged.
1848
 

COMBE, WILLIAM. Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Late Dr. Andrew Combe.
1847
 

CRABB, JAMES. The Gipsies' Advocate: or Observations on the Origin, Charactr, Manners, and Habits of the English Gipsies...Second Edition.
1831
 

CROLY, DAVID G. Miscegenation: The Theory of the Blending of the Races, Applied to the American White Man and Negro. Reprinted from the New York Edition.
1864
 

DAVY, HUMPHRY. Salmonia: or Days of Fly Fishing. In a Series of Conversations. With Some Account of the Habits of Fishes Belonging to the Genus Salmo. By an Angler.
1829
 

DAVY, HUMPHRY. Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, in a Course of Lectures for the Board of Agriculture...to which is added, A Treatise on Soils and Manures, as Founded on Actual Experience, and as Combined with the Leading Principles of Agriculture: in which the Theory and Doctrines of Sir Humphry Davy, and Other Agricultural Chemists, are Rendered Familiar to the Experienced Farmer. By a Practical Agriculturist.
1821
 

DAVY, SIR HUMPHRY. Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, in a Course of Lectures for the Board of Agriculture. Second Edition.
1814
 

DE COETLOGON, CHARLE Hints; To the People of England: For the Year 1793.
1792
 

DE LA MARE, WALTER. The Return.
1922
 

DE LA MARE, WALTER. Henry Brocken. His Travels and Adventures...
1904
 

DE LA MARE, WALTER. The Connoisseur and Other Stories.
1926
 

DE QUINCY, THOMAS. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater. Being an Extract from the Life of a Scholar.
1841
 

DECKER, MATTHEW. An Essay on the Causes of the Decline of the Foreign Trade, Consequently of the Value of the Lands of Britain, and on the Means to Restore Both.
1756
 

DEL LA MARE, WALTER. The Veil and Other Poems.
1921
 

DESPARD. The Trial of Colonel Despard and His Associates, for High Treason, and a Conspiracy...to which is added an Account of Their Execution. Published from the London Morning Chronicle.
1803
 

DICKENS, CHARLES, JR Doom's Day Camp, Being the Extra Christmas Number of All the Year Round[,] Conducted by Charles Dickens [Jr.], for Christmas, 1872 [wrapper title].
1872
 

DICKENS, CHARLES. Dickens' Works. [Spine label]. 12 volumes.
1880
 

DICKENS, CHARLES. The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. With Illustrations by Phiz.
1844
 

DICKENS, CHARLES. The Pickwick Papers.
1855
 

DODGSON, CHARLES LUD Feeding the Mind. By Lewis Carroll. With a Prefatory Note by William H. Draper.
1907
 

DOYLE, A. CONAN The Doings of Raffles Haw.
1892
 

DOYLE, A. CONAN Round the Red Lamp, Being Facts and Fancies of Medical Life.
1894
 

DOYLE, A. CONAN The Stark Munro Letters...
1895
 

DOYLE, RICHARD? Illu "The Dickens Album." Ca. 1860s.
1860
 

EDGEWORTH, MARIA. Harry and Lucy Concluded; Being the Last Part of Early Lessons. In Four Volumes.
1825
 

EDREHI, M. An Historical Account of the Ten Tribes, Settled Beytond the River Sambatyon in the East; with Many Other Curious Matters Relating to the State of the Israelites...
1836
 

FAWCETT, BENJAMIN. The encouraging prospect that religious liberty will be enlarged: Considered, and Applied to the Case of the Protestant Dissenters: In a Sermon... November 5th, 1773.
1773
 

FAWCETT, HENRY. State Socialism and the Nationalisation of the Land.
1883
 

FIELDING, HENRY. The Author's Farce; and the Pleasures of the Town. As Acted at the Theatre in the Hay-Market. Written by Scriblerus Secundus.
1730
 

FLEMING, ALEXANDER E Penicillin: Its Practical Application.
1946
 

FOURIER, CHARLES. The Passions of the Human Soul. Translated from the French, by the Rev. John Reynell Morell. With Critical Annotations, a Biography of Fourier, and a General Introduction by Hugh Doherty. Vol. I-[II].
1851
 

FRY, ROGER. The Artist and Psycho-Analysis.
1924
 

GALSWORTHY, JOHN. A Man of Devon. By John Sinjohn [pseud.]
1901
 

GIBBON, EDWARD. A Vindication of Some Passages in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Chapters of the History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.
1779
 

GOLLANCZ, VICTOR Ed. The Betrayal of the Left.
1941
 

GRAHAM, JOHN A. Memoirs of John Horne Tooke...Proofs Identifying Him as the Author of the Celebrated Letters of Junius.
1828
 

GREENAWAY, KATE. Almanach pour 1886.
1886
 

GREENER, W.W. Modern Shot Guns.
1888
 

GREENHOW, EDWARD H. On Diptheria.
1860
 

GRIMKE, FREDERICK. 2-1/2 pp. 4to. ALS to Alexander St. Clair Boys. April 17, 1859. Chillicothe , Ohio. Folded with integral address and postmark. Small hole at wax seal, browned, ink, legible.
1859
 

HARE, ROBERT. On Electricity. [Drop title.]
1826
 

HAZLITT, WILLIAM. Lectures on the English Comic Writers....
1819
 

HEYWOOD, FRANCIS. An Analysis of Kant's Critick of Pure Reason by the Translator of that Work.
1844
 

HINE, EDWARD. Forty-Seven Identifications of the British Nation with the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel...
1874
 

HOFFMAN, C. F. A Winter in the Far West.
1835
 

HOLWELL, JOHN Z. An Address to the Proprietors of East-India Stock.
1764
 

HOOPER, GEORGE. An Inquiry into the State of the Ancient Measures, the Attick, the Roman, and Especially the Jewish. With an Appendix, Concerning Our Old English Money, and Measures of Content.
1721
 

HORNE, THOMAS HARTWE An Introduction to the Study of Bibliography. To Which is Prefixed a Memoir on the Public Libraries of the Antients. Illustrated with Engravings. Vol. I-[II].
1814
 

HOUDIN, ROBERT. The Sharper Detected and Exposed.
1863
 

HUXLEY, ALDOUS. Antic Hay.
1923
 

IRELAND, W.H. Scribbleomania; or, the Printer's Devil's Polichronicon. A Sublime Poem. Edited by Anser Pen-Drag-On, Esq.
1815
 

JACKSON, HOLBROOK. The Anatomy of Bibliomania. In Two Volumes.
1930
 

JOHNSON, SAMUEL. An English and Hebrew Grammar, Being the first short Rudiments of Those two Languages, Taught Together. To which is added, a Synopsis of all the Parts of Learning. The Second Edition, Corrected and much amended.
1771
 

JOHNSON, SAMUEL. A Dictionary of the English Language...Abstracted from the Folio Edition...To which is prefixed, a Grammar of the English Language. In Two Volumes.
1760
 

KNIGHT, THOMAS IRELA An Exact Abridgment in English of all the Reports of that Learned and Reverend Judge Sir James Dyer Knight...
1651
 

KNOWLTON, CHARLES, M Fruits of Philosophy. An Essay on the Population Question. Second New Edition, With Notes.
1880
 

LACKINGTON, JAMES. Memoirs of the First Forty-Five Years of the Life of James Lackington, the present Bookseller in Chiswell-street, Moorfields, London. Written by Himself. In a Series of Letters to a Friend.
1791
 

LAMB, CHARLES. The Letters...in Which Many Mutilated Words and Passages Have Been Restored to Their Original Form; with Letters Never Before Published and Facsimiles of Original MS Letters and Poems. With an Introduction by Henry H. Harper. [Five volumes].
1905
 

LAMBERT, JOHN. Travels Through Canada, and the United States...1806, 1807, & 1808. Biographical Notices and Anecdotes of Some of the Leading Characters in the United States. In Two Volumes. With a Map and Numerous Engravings. Third Edition, Corrected and Improved.
1816
 

LANCASTER, JOSEPH. Manual of the System of the British and Foreign School Society of London for Teaching Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Needle-Work, in the Elementary Schools.
1816
 

LANDOR, WALTER SAVAG Pericles and Aspasia.
1836
 

LANGER, SUSANNE K. An Introduction to Symbolic Logic.
1937
 

LEEDS ANTI-SLAVERY A To the Friends of Freedom [a proposal to offer a prize for an essay on "the sinfulness of slavery; the best mode of terminating it..."
1854
 

LELAND, JOHN. The Divine Authority of the Old and New Testament Asserted: With a particular Vindication of the Characters of Moses, and the Prophets, our Saviour Jesus Christ, and his Apostles, against the unjust Aspersions and false Reasoning of a Book, entitled, The Moral Philosopher. The Second Edition, Corrected.
1739
 

LONGMAN, REES, ORME, A Catalogue of Old Books, for the Year 1826; Part the Second, Containing a Valuable and Useful Collection of English Works...to be sold at the affixed prices...
1826
 

LYTTON, EDWARD GEORG Pelham Novels. Vol. I-VII. [Spine labels].
1831
 

MALKIN, BENJ. HEATH. A Father's Memoirs of His Child.
1806
 

MANN, ROBERT JAMES The Philosophy of Reproduction.
1855
 

MARSHALL, ALFRED. Money Credit & Commerce.
1923
 

MARSHALL, JAMES Repo The Trial of Thomas Hunter, Peter Hacket, Richard M'Niel, James Gibb, and William M'Lean, the Glasgow Cotton-Spinners...on Charges of Murder...with Portraits of the Prisoners.
1838
 

MARTINEAU, HARRIET. The Martyr Age of the United States of America, with an Appeal on Behalf of the Oberlin Institute in Aid of the Abolition of Slavery...
1840
 

MAWE, J. Wodrach's Introduction to the Study of Conchology, Describing the Orders, Genera, and Species of Shells...Second edition, Revised and considerably Enlarged.
1832
 

MILL, JOHN STUART. Dissertations and Discussions Political, Philosophical, and Historical. In Two Volumes.
1859
 

MILL, JOHN STUART. Inaugural Address Delivered to the University of St. Andrews, Feb. 1st 1867.
1867
 

MILMAN, HENRY HART. The History of the Jews.
1829
 

MOORE, THOMAS. The Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals, and His Life. In Seventeen Volumes.
1832
 

MORE, HANNAH. The Works of Hannah More. First Complete American Edition. [In two volumes].
1835
 

MOSELEY, WALTER MICH An Essay on Archery, describing the Practice of that Art in all Ages and Nations.
1792
 

NELSON, JOHN. An Extract from the Journal of John Nelson; Being an Account of God's Dealing with Him...
1809
 

NICOLL, W. ROBERTSON Literary Anecdotes of the Nineteenth Century: Contributions Towards a Literary History of the Period.
1895
 

NORTH, ROGER. A Discourse of Fish and Fish-Ponds.
1773
 

ORWELL, GEORGE. The Road to Wigan Pier.
1937
 

ORWELL, GEORGE. Critical Essays.
1946
 

ORWELL, GEORGE. The English People.
1947
 

ORWELL, GEORGE. Shooting an Elephant and Other Essays.
1950
 

ORWELL, GEORGE. The Lion and the Unicorn: Socialism and English Genius.
1941
 

ORWELL, GEORGE. England Your England and Other Essays.
1953
 

ORWELL, GEORGE. Nineteen Eighty-Four. The Facsimile of the Extant Manuscript. Edited by Peter Davison. With a Preface by Daniel G. Siegel.
1984
 

PAINE, THOMAS. Rights of Man; Part the Second. Combining Principle and Practice.
1792
 

PAINE, THOMAS. Rights of Man; Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on the French Revolution. Part I [and] Rights of Man, Part the Second; Combining Principle and Practice.
1819
 

PHILLIPS, JOSEPH. West India Question. The Outline of a Plan for the Total, Immediate, and Safe Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Colonies.
1833
 

PICCIOTTO, JAMES. Sketches of Anglo-Jewish History.
1875
 

PITT, WILLIAM. Letters Written by the Late Earl of Chatham to His Nephew Thomas Pitts...Second American Edition.
1805
 

PONTEY, WM. The Forest Pruner; Or, Timber Owner's Assistant: A Treatise on...British Forest Trees; Whether Intended for Use, Ornament, or Shelter; Including an Explanation of the Causes of their General Diseases and Defects...
1808
 

PORTER, JANE. Thaddeus of Warsaw. In Two Volumes.
1825
 

PORTER, MISS JANE. The Scottish Chiefs, a Romance. In Three Volumes.
1827
 

QUARITCH, BERNARD. Contributions Towards a Dictionary of English-Collectors, as also of some Foreign Collectors Whose Libraries were incorporated in English Collections or whose books are chiefly met with in England. [Wrapper title]. Part I-[VIII] of 13.
1892
 

REEVES, JOHN. Thoughts on the English Government. Addressed to the Quiet Good Sense of the People of England...
1795
 

RICHARDSON, SAMUEL. Pamela Andrews, o La Virtud Premiada/ Escrita en Ingles por Tomas [!] Richardson. Traducida al Castellano, Corregida y Acomodada Neustras Costumbres por el Traductor. Segunda Edicion. Tomo I-[8] in four volumes.
1799
 

ROBERTS, JAMES. Introductory Lessons, with Familiar Examples in Landscape, for the Use of Those Who Are Desirous of Gaining Some Knowledge of the Pleasing Art of Painting in Water Colours;...and More Finished Paintings...to which are added, Instructions for Executing Transparencies...
1808
 

ROBINSON, W. Alpine Flowers for English Gardens. Illus.
1870
 

RUTHERFORD, WILLIAM. A View of Antient History; Including the Progress of Literature and the Fine Arts. In Two Volumes. Third Edition, Corrected.
1809
 

SAUNDERS, JOHN CUNNI A Treatise on Some Practical Points Relating to the Diseases of the Eye...to which is added, a Short Account of the Author's Life, and His Method of Curing the Congenital Cataract, by...J.R. Farre, M.D. The Whole Illustrated by Coloured Engravings.
1811
 

SCOBLE, JOHN. American Slavery. Address of the Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society to the...Members of the Free Church of Scotland. [Caption title].
1845
 

SCOTT, WALTER. The Lay of the Last Minstrel, a Poem.
1811
 

SCOTT, WALTER. Waverly Novels. Waverly; or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since. Complete in One Volume. Revised and Corrected, with a General Preface...by the Author.
1831
 

SCOTT, WALTER. Waverly Novels. Waverly; or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since. In Two Volumes.
1828
 

SCOTT, WALTER. The Vision of Don Roderick. A Poem.
1811
 

SCOTT. SIR WALTER. The Complete Works...with a Biography, and His Last Additions and Illustrations. In Seven Volumes.
1833
 

SHAW, G. BERNARD. The Quintessence of Ibsenism.
1891
 

SHAW, HENRY. Handbook of the Art of Illumination, as Practised During the Middle Ages. With a Description of the Metals, Pigments, and Processes Employed by the Artists at Different Periods.
1866
 

SIGOURNEY, MRS. L.H. Poems, Religious and Elegiac.
1841
 

SMILES, SAMUEL. Lives of Boulton and Watt. Principally from the Original Soho Mss. Comprising also a History of the Invention and Introduction of the Steam Engine.
1865
 

SMOLLETT, TOBIAS. The Adventures of Roderick Random. In Two Volumes.
1809
 

SOUTHEY, ROBERT attr "The Three Bears," pp. 318-26 [in] The Doctor, &c., volume IV, of a seven volume set, the complete set present
1837
 

STEVENSON, R.L. & LL The Wrong Box.
1889
 

STOKES, ELIE WORTHIN Certificate with Seal & Signature of the Lord Bishop of Ripon, Permitting E.W. Stokes to Perform Divine Service and to Administer the Sacraments...Sept. 24, 1848. Signed by Ripon under the seal. Docketed.
1848
 

SYMONDS, J.A. The Escorial.
1860
 

TAVERNER, H.T. Charles Dickens. The Story of His Life. By the author of the "Life of Thackeray." With Illustrations and Facsimiles.
1870
 

TENNYSON, ALFRED & C Poems, by Two Brothers.
1827
 

THACKERAY, W.M. The Virginians. A Tale of the Last Century. Vol. I-[II].
1858
 

THACKERAY, WILLIAM M The Yellowplush Correspondence.
1838
 

THACKERAY, WILLIAM M The Yellowplush Correspondence.
1838
 

THACKERAY, WILLIAM M The Yellowplush Correspondence.
1838
 

THACKERAY. W. M. The Kickleburys on the Rhine; with a Preface Entitled an Essay on Thunder and Small Beer. By Mr. M.A. Titmarsh....
1851
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. Substance of an Address to the Ladies of Glasgow and Its Vicinity Upon the Present Aspect of the Great Question of Negro Emancipation...Also Some Account of the Formation of the Glasgow Ladies' Anti-Slavery Association.
1833
 

TOYNBEE, ARNOLD. "Progress and Poverty," a Criticism of Mr. Henry George. Being Two Lectures Delivered in St. Andrew's Hall...London.
1883
 

TREGELLES, S.P. Heads of Hebrew Grammar; Containing all the Principles Needed by a Learner.
1852
 

TROWBRIDGE, JOHN T. Cudjo's Cave. [and] The Three Scouts.
1867
 

WADE, JOHN. The Black Book; or Corruption Unmasked!....
1820
 

WASHINGTON, JO. An Exact Abridgment of the Statutes of King William and Queen Mary, and of King William III. In Force and Use....With Two New Tables.
1696
 

WATSON, G. N. A Treatise on the Theory of Bessel Functions.
1922
 

WHEATLEY, H.B. How to Form a Library. Second Edition.
1886
 

WOLCOT, JOHN. Odes to Mr. Paine, Author of the "Rights of Man;" On the Intended Celebration of the Downfall of the French Empire, by a Set of British Democrates, On the Fourteenth of July. By Peter Pindar, Esq. A New Edition.
1791
 

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