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Darby, 188, O. A Tour from the City of New York to Detroit in

the Michigan Territory. By William Darby. New York,

1819. De Moleon, 897, 0. Collections des Travaux Sanitaires et Hygién

iques projetés ou executes dans le divers Etats de l'Europe.

Par V. De Moleon. Tome 1. Denon, 1030, Q. Voyage dans la Basse et la Haute Egypt, pendant

les Campagnes du General Bonaparte. Par Vivant Denon.

2 tomes. Londres, 1802. Didier, 205, O. Letters from Paris and other Cities of France, Hol

land, &c. By Franklin Didier. New York, 1821. Franklin, 208, 0. Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar

Sea, in 1819–20–21–22. By John Franklin. Philadelphia,

1824. Fremont, 1102, O. Report of Exploring Expedition to the Rocky

Mountains, in the Year 1842; and to Oregon and North Ca. lifornia, in the Years 1843–44. By Captain J. C. Fremont.

Washington, 1845. Grosier, 579, 0. A General Description of China. Translated from

A the French of Abbé Grosier. 2 vols. London, 1788. Head, 502, O. Tour through the Manufacturing Districts of Great

Britain. By Sir George Head. London, 1836.
Irving, 705, 0. The Rocky Mountains: or Scenes, Incidents, and

Adventures in the Far West. By Washington Irving 2
vols. Philadelphia, 1837.
703, 0. History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher
Columbus. By Washington Irving. 2 vols. Philadelphia,
706, 0. Voyages and Discoveries of the Companions of
Columbus. By Washington Irving. (As 3d vol. to No. 703).
Philadelphia, 1835.
704, 0. Astoria: or Anecdotes of an Enterprise beyond the
Rocky Mountains. By Washington Irving. 2 vols. Phila-

delphia, 1836. Levasseur, 204, D. La Fayette in America, in 1824 and 1825: or a

Journal of a Voyage to the United States. By A. Levasseur.
Translated by John D. Godman. 2 vols. Philadelphia,

1829. Long, 174, 0. Narrative of an Expedition to the Source of St. Peter's

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River, &c. By Stephen H. Long. Compiled by W. H.

Keating. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1824. Melish, 169, 0. Travels in the United States of America, in the

Years 1806–7–9–10–11. By John Melish. 2 vols. Phila

delphia, 1812. Michaux, 170, O. Travels to the West of the Allegheny Mountains,

in the States of Ohio, &c. By F. A. Michaux. London,

1805. Moore, 173, 0. Journal of a Residence in France; from August to

December, 1792. By John Moore. 2 vols. London, 1793. Muskau, 176, 0. Tour in England, Ireland, and France, in the Years

1826 to 1829. By Prince P. Muskau. Philadelphia, 1833. Rutland, 1029, Q. A Tour through part of Belgium and the Rhenish Provinces. By the Duke of Rutland.

Rutland. London, 1822. Scott, 1181, O. Rambles in Egypt and Candia; with Details of the

Military Power and Resources of those countries. By C.

Rochfort Scott. 2 vols. London, 1837. Smith, 919, D. The Winter of 1840, in St. Croix; with an Excur

sion to Tortola and St. Thomas. By James Smith. New

York, 1840. Stavorinus, 750, 0. Voyages to the East Indies. By Rear Admiral John Splinter Stavorinus. 3 vols. London, 1798.

. Stephens, 875, 0. Incidents of Travels in Central America, Chiapas,

and Yucatan. By J. L. Stephens. 3 vols. New York,

1841. Vyse, 1149, Q. Operations carried on at the Pyramids of Gizah, in

1837; with an Account of a Voyage into Upper Egypt; and an Appendix. By Col. Howard Vyse. 3 vols. London,

1840. Wilkes, 1164, O. Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedi

tion, during the Years 1839 to 1842. By Captain Charles Wilkes, U.S. N. 5 vols. Philadelphia, 1845.


NOTE.— Under this heading are entered several works added to the Library dur.

ing the printing of the Catalogue, and a few that were omitted.


Anonymous, 559, D. Letters on Public Characters. (Title-page torn

565, 16mo. The Workingman's Companion-Cottage Even-
ings. (Published under the Superintendence of the Society
for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.) 1st American
edition. Boston, 1831.
574, 0. An Authentic Historical Memoir of the Schuylkill
Fishing Company of the State in Schuylkill; from its Estab-
lishment on that Romantic Stream, near Philadelphia, in the
year 1732, to the present time. By A Member. Philadel.
phia, 1830.
723, D. A Catechism of Phrenology; Illustrative of the
Principles of that Science. By a Member of the Phrenolo-
gical Society of Edinburgh. Philadelphia, 1835.
724, D. Conversations on Nature and Art. Philadelphia,
1179, O. Lives of Eminent Persons. (Library of Useful
Knowledge). London, 1833.
1180, O. Natural Philosophy. (Library of Useful Know-

ledge). 2 vols. London, 1829 and 1832. Babbage, 78, 0. Reflections on the Decline of Science in England.

By Charles Babbage. London, 1830. Baltimore, 905, 0. Dedication of the Green Mount Cemetery. Bal.

timore, 1839. Blackmore, 190, 0. Creation; a Philosophical Poem. By Sir Rich

ard Blackmore. Philadelphia, 1806. Booth, 985, D. The Stranger's Intellectual Guide to London; for

1839–40. By A. Booth. London, 1839. Carey, 517, O. Carey's Library of Choice Literature. 2 vols.

540, D. Addresses of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting National Industry. 4th edition. Philadelphia, 1819.

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Carpmael, 1117, O. Law Reports of Patent Cases. Collected by

William Carpmael. London, 1843. Currie, 151, O. The Works of Robert Burns; with an Account of

his Life, &c. By James Currie. Philadelphia, 1830. Davy, 147, D. Salmonia; or the Days of Fly-fishing, &c. By Sir

Humphry Davy. Ist American edition. Philadelphia, 1832. Duponceau, 607, 0. A Dissertation on the Nature and Character of

the Chinese System of Writing. By Peter S. Duponceau,

LL. D. Philadelphia, 1838. Elisha, 384, 0. Patent-Right Oppression Exposed; or Knavery De.

tected. By P. N. J. Elisha. Philadelphia, 1813. Faden, 856, F. A Plan of the New Forest in the County of South

ampton (England). By William Faden. 1789. Frederick, 236, O. (Euvres Posthumes de Frederick II., Roi de Prusse.

Vols. 4, 5, 6, 7, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20. Berlin, 1788.
308, 0. Posthumous Works of Frederick II., King of Prus-
sia. Translated by Thomas Holcroft. 13 vols. London,

1789. Godman, 181, 0. Addresses Delivered on Various Occasions. By

John D. Godman, M.D. Philadelphia, 1829. Goldsmith, 153, O. Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith. Phi.

ladelphia, 1830. Hamilton, 1184, F. Collection of Engravings from Ancient Vases,

mostly of pure Greek workmanship, discovered in the Sepulchres in the Two Sicilies. Now in possession of Sir William

Hamilton. 3 vols. Naples, 1791. Hazlitt, 156, 0. Eloquence of the British Senate, &c.; with Notes,

&c. By William Hazlitt. 2 vols. Brooklyn, New York,

1810. Howard, 854, 0. The State of the Prisons in England and Wales.

By John Howard. Warrington, 1780.
1013, Q. An Account of the Principal Lazarettos in Europe,

&c. By John Howard. Warrington, 1789. Howitt, 107, 0. The Book of The Seasons; or the Calendar of Na.

ture. By William Howitt. Philadelphia, 1831. Irving, 298, D. A Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada. By

Washington Irving. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1831.
310, D. Tales of a Traveler. 3d American edition. 2 vols.
By Washington Irving. Philadelphia, 1832.

Lake, 152, O. The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott; with a Sketch

a of his Life. By J. W. Lake. Philadelphia, 1830. Lardner, 1177, D. Lives of Eminent British Statesmen. (Lardner's

Cabinet Cyclopedia). Philadelphia, 1832. Lynn, 1123, 0. Lunar Tables and Rules for Correcting the Appa.

rent Distance of the Moon from the Sun, &c. By Thomas

Lynn. London, 1824. Maclure, 464, O. Opinions on Various Subjects, Dedicated to the

Industrious Producers. By William Maclure. New Har.

mony, 1834. Martineau, 535, 0. Miscellanies. By Harriet Martineau. 2 vols.


Boston, 1836.
Mitford, 1150, Q. The History of Greece.

The History of Greece. By William Mitford. 4 vols. London, 1790. New York, 458, O. Journal of the Proceedings of the Friends of

Domestic Industry, in Convention in the City of New York,

October, 1831. Palfrey, 1124, O. Abstract from the Returns of Agricultural Socie.

ties in Massachusetts, for the Year 1845; with Selections from Addresses at Cattle Shows and Fairs. By John G.

Palfrey Esq. Boston, 1846. Patent Office, 1192, 0. Report from the Commissioner of Patents,

showing the Operations of the Patent Office for the Year

1846. Washington City, D. C., 1847. Peale, 904, 0. Portfolio of an Artist. By Rembrandt Peale. Phila

delphia, 1839. Pennsylvania, 1048, O. Laws of the Commonwealth, passed at the

Session of 1846. Pennsylvania Hospital, 1087, O. Some Account of the Pennsylva

nia Hospital, from its first rise to the beginning of the 5th

month, called May, 1754. Philadelphia, 1817. Philadelphia, 923, 0. Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary

of the American Philosophical Society. 1843.
1191, 0. Annual Reports of the American Sunday School

Union; from 1st to 20th.
Phillips, 460, 0. A Million of Facts Connected with the Studies,

Pursuits, and Interests of Mankind, &c. By Sir Richard

Phillips. New York, 1835. Pillons, 596, D. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antique Statues,

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