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882, O. Principles of Warming and Ventilating Public Buildings, &c. By Thomas Tredgold. London, 1824.

Véil, 695, F. Projet d'un Monument Consacré à l'Histoire Naturelle. Par Charles F. Véil. Paris, 1779.

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London, 438, O. The Architectural Magazine. 5 vols.


Arago, 481, D. Scientific Notices of Comets in general, and in particular of the Comet of 1832. By M. Arago. Translated by Col. Charles Gold. London, 1833.

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Herschell, 485, D. A Treatise on Astronomy. By Sir John F. W. Herschell. With a Preface and a Series of Questions. By S. C. Walker. Philadelphia, 1836.

Humboldt, 587, Q. Recuil d'Observations Astronomiques, d'Operations Trigonomètriques, et de Mesures Barometriques. Par Alexander de Humboldt. 2 vols. Paris, 1810.

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Olmsted, 740, O. Introduction to Astronomy, designed as a Text-Book for the Students of Yale College. By Denison Olmsted. New York, 1839.

Richardson, 534, Q. A Catalogue of 7385 Stars chiefly in the Southern Hemisphere. By William Richardson, London, 1835. Rosse, Lord, 966, O. The Monster Telescope, erected by the Earl of Rosse, Parsonstown; with an Account of the Manufacture of the Specula, and Description of the Machinery. Parsonstown, 1844.

Towle, 125 & 172, D. A Grammar of Astronomy. By J. Towle. 2d edition. Philadelphia, 1826. 2 copies.

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Aiken, 149, O. Memoir of John Aiken. By Lucy Aiken. Philadelphia, 1824.

Anonymous, 364, D. Authentic Biography of Col. Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky. New York, 1833.

Barton, 1092, O. Memoirs of the Life of David Rittenhouse, LL. D., with an Appendix. By William Barton. Philadelphia, 1843. Colden, 341, O. The Life of Robert Fulton. By Cadwallader D. Colden. New York, 1817.

Delaplaine, 420, Q. Repository of the Lives and Portraits of Distinguished Americans. By Joseph Delaplaine. Philadelphia. Drake, 418, O. Biography and History of the Indians of North America. By Samuel G. Drake. Boston, 1834.

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