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Paintings, and other Productions of the Fine Arts, that Existed in the Louvre in 1815. By Francis Pillons. Edin

burgh, 1816. Reuss, 657, Q. Repertorium Commentationum a Societatibus Littera

riis.

Editarum J. D. Reuss. 16 vols. Gottingæ, 1801 to

1821. Richardson, 1180, O. Geology for Beginners; Comprising a Familiar

Explanation of Geology and its Associate Sciences. By G.

F. Richardson. London, 1846. Schlegel, 375, 0. Lectures on the History of Literature-Ancient

and Modern; from the German of Frederick Schlegel. 2

vols. Philadelphia, 1818. Sprat, 649, Q. History of the Royal Society of London for the Im

proving of Natural Knowledge. By Rev. Thomas Sprat.

London, 1734. Taylor, 1158, D. The Origin, Progress, and Present Condition of the

Fine Arts in Great Britain and Ireland. By W. B. S. Tay

lor. 2 vols. London, 1841. United States, 1091, O. General Regulations for the Army of the

United States. Washington City, D.C., 1841. Walsh, 938, 0. Sketches of Conspicuous Living Characters of France.

Translated by R. M. Walsh. Philadelphia, 1841. Watt, 742, Q. Bibliotheca Britannica; or General Index to the Lite.

rature of Great Britain and Ireland. By Robert Watt, M. D.

Vol. 1. Parts 1 and 2. Wilson, 852, D. The Foresters: A Poem, Descriptive of a Pedestrian

Tour to the Falls of Niagara, in 1804. By Alexander Wil

West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1838.

son.

PERIODICALS. Baltimore, 255, 0. Niles' Weekly Register. 1 to 23, 26, 31, 32, 33,

40 10 50, 51, 53, 54, 57, 59, 61 to 70.
Boston, 260, O. North American Review. Vols. 10 to 47.

264, O. People's Magazine. Vol. 1.
399, O. The American Almanack, and Repository of Use-

ful Knowledge. Vols. 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 16. Charleston, 257, O. The Southern Review. Vols. 1 to 8.

825, 0. The Southern Cabinet. Vol. 1.
1, 267, 0. The Western Monthly Magazine. Vols. 1 to 5.

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Cincinnati, 858, O. The Family Magazine. Vols. 5 and 6. 1840. Greenbank, 700, O. Greenbank's Periodical Library. 3 vols. Phi

ladelphia.
Ilinois, 266, 0. Illinois Monthly Magazine. 2 vols.
Littell, 1001, 0. Littell's Living Age. Vols. 1 to 12.
London, 295, 0. Annual Review, and History of Literature. Vols.

3 and 4.
296, 0. The Gentleman's Magazine. 1742, 1752, 1805.
297, 0. Sentimental and Masonic Magazine. Vol. 3.
299, O. British Magazine. Vols. 1 and 2.
302, 0. The Quarterly Review. 15 vols.
303, Q. The Saturday Magazine. 24 vols.
304, Q. The Penny Magazine. 12 vols.
305, 0. The Foreign Quarterly Review. American edi.
tion. Vol. 1.
729, Q. The Atheneum: or Journal of Literature, Science,

and the Fine Arts. Vols. 5 to 15, 19.
New York, 269, 0. The Atlantic Magazine. 2 vols.
270, 0.

The New York Review. 2 vols. 603, 0.

The Naval Chronicle. Vol. 2. 946, 0.

Eclectic Magazine. Vols. 1 to 3.
Philadelphia, 238, 0. The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science,

and Arts. 45 vols.
241, 0. The American Museum; or Repository of Ancient
and Modern Fugitive Pieces. 13 vols.
242, 0. The American Quarterly Review. Vols. 1 to 18.
245, 0. The Lady's Book. Vols. 1 to 34.
246, 0. The Casket, Flowers of Literature, &c.
from 1827 to 1836.
251, Q. The Philadelphia Album and Ladies' Literary Ga.
zette. Vols. 1 to 5.
252, 0. Philadelphia Monthly Magazine. Vols. 1 and 2.
291, 0. The Analectic Magazine. Vols. 1 to 16.
306, 0. The Westminster Review. American edition. Vol.1.
315, O. The Pennsylvania Magazine. Vol. 2. 1776.
439, Q. Waldie's Circulating Library. Vols. 1 and 2.
609, 0. The Portfolio. New Series. Vols. 1, 3 to 8.

List of Unbound Pamphlets.

CIVIL ENGINEERING.

Alabama, Florida and Georgia Railroad Company.

William S. Campbell's Report, July 1, 1838.
Report of Committee of Congress. 29th Cong. 1st Sess. No.

793. July 24th, 1846.
Albany and West Stockbridge Railroad Company.

Reports of the Engineers-in 1840–41. Attica and Buffalo Railroad Company.

Report of the Engineer. 1842.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

Annual Reports. 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19th.
Proceedings of Citizens of Baltimore, for devising Intercourse

with the West. February 12th, 1827.
Report of the Engineers on the Reconnoissance and Survey.

April 5th, 1828.
Correspondence with Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company,

concerning the Right of Way. November 16th, 1830. Report of the Directors to the Legislature of Maryland. Jan.

uary 31st, 1831. Report upon the Plan of Construction, upon Several of the

Principal Railroads in the Northern and Middle States, and
upon a Railway Structure for a New Track on the B. & 0.
Railroad. By J. Knight & B. H. Latrobe, Civil Engineers.

January 8th, 1838.
Report of Committees to the Legislature of Pennsylvania, on

the Right of way through Pennsylvania. March 21st, 1845. Baltimore and Susquehanna Railroad Company,

Annual Reports. 1st and 3d.

Blossburg to Ralston.

Report of a Survey for a Railroad from Blossburg to Ralston.

By J. C. Trautwine. October, 1844. Boston and Lowell Railroad Company.

Argument by Hon. D. Webster, on behalf of the Company, be

fore the Railroad Committee of the Massachusetts Legislature.

1845. Boston and Providence Railroad Company.

Report of Directors of Internal Improvements in Massachusetts,

on Railroad from Hudson River to Boston, and Boston to

Providence, December, 1828.

Report of Directors. 1832. Buffalo and Erie Railroad.

Chief Engineer's Report of Preliminary Surveys. May 1st,

1837. Breakwater at Cape Henlopen.

Remarks on the Proposed Breakwater, and Report, October

21st, 1825. Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company.

Congressional Report. January 20, 1828.

Annual Report. 15th.
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company.

Annual Reports. 5th to 13th, inclusive.
Memorial to Congress, relative to the Stock held therein by the

United States. 29th Cong. 1st Sess. No. 210. June 17th,

1846. Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia.

Reports of President and Engineer. 4, 8, 10, 11th.
Cincinnati and St. Louis Railroad.

The Charter. February 8th, 1832.
Cincinnati, Columbus and Wooster Turnpike Company.

Report of the Engineer. December 8th, 1831.
Chenango Caval.

Speech of W. H. Maynard Esq., to the New York Senate.

February 23d and 24th, 1831. Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad Company.

Report of the Survey and Estimates and Charter. By Col. S.

Dodge Esq. 1846.

Danville and Pottsville Railroad Company.

Considerations for Constructing Railway through the Coal Re

gions of Mahony and Shamokin. December, 1830. Report of the Engineer. October 15th, 1831.

Report of Acting Manager. January 28th, 1841.
Delaware and Raritan Canal.

Report of the New Jersey Commissioners. November, 1824.
Considerations on the Proposed Canal. 1825.
Report of Joint Board of Directors of the Delaware and Raritan

Canal, and the Camden and Amboy Railroad and Transpor

tation Company. January 20th, 1840. Eastern Railroad Company.

Report of the Directors. September 22d, 1838.
Argument of Charles Loring, on behalf of the Company, before

the Railroad Committee of the Massachusetts Legislature.

1845. Georgia Railroad and Banking Company.

Annual Reports. 1840-41-43–44–45–46.
Harrisburg, Portsmouth, Mount Joy, and Lancaster Railroad Company.

Charter and Engineer's Report. 1835.
Annual Report.

1843-44–46. Hiwassee Railroad Company.

Annual Report. 3d.
Hudson River Railroad.

Report on the Hudson River Railroad. By J. B. Jervis. 1846.
Observations on the Western Trade and its Influence, &c. By

W. H. Grant. 1846.
James River and Kanawha Company.

Annual Reports. 6, 7, 8, 11, 12th.
Jefferson and Lake Ponchartrain Railway Company.

Act of Incorporation and Report of a Committee of the Com

missioners. August 9th, 1840. Louisville, Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad Company.

Proceedings of the Stockholders. October, 1837, February and

November, 1841, November, 1842, November, 1843.

Annual Reports. 1st, 4th.
Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company.

History of the Company. 1840.
Annual Reports. 1830 to 1846, inclusive.

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