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Catalogue Or Alphabetical Index of the Astor Library: In Two Parts : Part I ...
Astor Library,Joseph Green Cogswell
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1857
Side 651 - History of the United States, From their first Settlement as Colonies to the close of the Administration of Mr. Madison in 1817.
Side 677 - Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs, and Ancient Customs, from the Reign of Edward I. 2 vols, 8vo, containing upwards of 1,000 pages, closely printed In double columns, cloth, a new and cheaper edition.
Side 1002 - ATHENS: ITS RISE AND FALL : with Views of the Literature, Philosophy, and Soc-.ial Life of the Athenian People. By Sir LYTTON BULWER, MP, MA 2 vols.
Side 673 - A Code of Gentoo Laws, or. Ordinations of the Pundits. From a Persian Translation...
Side 811 - A Summary View of the Rights of British America. Set forth in some resolutions intended for the inspection of the present delegates of the people of Virginia now in convention.
Side 912 - Explication littérale, historique et dogmatique des prières et des cérémonies de la Messe...
Side 707 - MANUAL OF THE HISTORY OF THE POLITICAL SYSTEM OF EUROPE AND ITS COLONIES, from its formation at the close of the Fifteenth Century, to its re-establishment upon the Fall of Napoleon, translated from the Fifth German Edition.
Side 973 - THE HISTORY OF VARTAN AND OF THE BATTLE OF THE ARMENIANS, Containing an Account of the Religious Wars between the Persians and Armenians, by Elisaeus, Bishop of the Amadunians. Translated from the Armenian, by CF NEUMANN, Member of the Armenian Academy ; the Mechitaristes at St. Lazaro, &c. &c. In Demy Quarto; 10s.
Side 762 - ROGER DE HOVEDEN'S Annals of English History, comprising the History of England and of other Countries of Europe from AD 732 to AD 1201. With Notes by HT Riley, BA 2 vols. ROGER OF WENDOVER'S Flowers of History, comprising the History of England from the Descent of the Saxons to AD 1235, formerly ascribed to Matthew Paris.