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Keating, 1258, 0. Narrative of an Expedition to the Source of St.
Peter's River, Lake Winnepeek, Lake of the Woods, &c., performed in the year 1823, under the command of Stephen H. Long, U. S. T. E., compiled by William H. Keating.
2 vols. London, 1825. Lynch, 1606, O. Narrative of the United States Expedition to the
River Jordan and the Dead Sea. By W. F. Lynch, U.S. N.
Philadelphia, 1850. Mackenzie, 1584, Q. Voyages from Montreal on the River St. Lau
rance through the Continent of North America, to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans; in the years 1789 and 1793, with a preliminary account of the Rise, Progress, and Present State of the Fur Trade of that Country. By Alex
ander Mackenzie. London, 1801. Young, 1599, Q. Travels during the years 1787-8-9, undertaken
more particularly with a view of ascertaining the Cultivation, Wealth, Resources, and National Prosperity of the Kingdom of France. By Arthur Young. Bury St. Edmunds, 1792.
Ackerman, 1287, D. Asiatic Costumes; a Series of 44 Colored
Engravings from Designs taken from Life: with a Descrip
tion of each Subject. By R. Ackerman. London, 1828. Adams, 1407,0. Letters on the Masonic Institution. By John
Quincy Adams. Boston, 1847. Anonymous, 1611, D. An Account of the Principal Pleasure Tours
in Scotland and the Great Lines of Road in that Country;
Illustrated with two Maps. Edinburgh, 1819. Buxton, 1656, D. An Inquiry whether Crime or Misery are pro
duced or prevented by our Present System of Prison Dis
cipline. By Thomas Folwell Buxton. London, 1818. Comstock, 1240, 0. The New Testament, printed with Dr. A.
Comstock's Phonetic Alphabet. Philadelphia, 1848.
Davy, 1222, 0. Salmonia, or Days of Fly Fishing; in a Series of
Conversations : with some account of the Habits of Fishes belonging to the Genus Salmo.
Consolation in Travel, or the Last Days of a Philosopher. By Sir Humphrey Davy. (Being the 9th vol. of his Col
lected Works by his Brother.) London, 1840. Hill, 1601, Q. A Review of the Works of the Royal Society of
London; containing Animadversions on such of the Papers as deserve particular observations. By John Hill. Lon
don, 1751. Hone, 1429, 0. The Every Day Book and Table Book, or Ever
lasting Calender of Popular Amusements, Sports, Pastimes,
sons, &c. By William Hone. London, 1839. Johnson, 1449, F. The Physical Atlas; a Series of Maps and Il
lustrations exhibiting the Geographical distribution of Natural Phenomena. By Alexander Keith Johnson. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Prof. H. Berghaus. Lon
don, 1849. Jones, 1306, 0. On the Value of Annuities and Reversionary Pay
ments, with numerous Tables. By David Jones. 2 vols.
London, 1843. London, 1621, 0. Report of the Committee of the Society for the
Improvement of Prison Discipline, and for the Reformation
of Juvenile Offenders. (7th Report.) Lucas, 1602, 0. An Essay on Waters. Part 3d. Of Natural
Baths. By C. Lucas, 1752. Paris, 1579, 0. Exposition des Produits de l'Industrie Française
en 1844. Rapport du Jury Central. 3 tomes. Paris, 1844. Semple, 1657, Q. The Costume of the Netherlands, displayed in
30 Colored Engravings after Drawings from Nature. By Miss Semple, with Descriptions in English and French. London, 1817.
Smith, 1334, D. Outlines of Nature. By Oliver Smith. New
York, 1847. Smithsonian, 1394, Q. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge.
Vol. 1. Woolman, 1317, 0. The Works of John Woolman. Philadelphia,
Baltimore, 255,0. Niles Weekly Register. Vols. 27, 28, 34 to 36,
52, 55, 56, 58, 60, 62 to 73. Boston, 260, 0. North American Review. General Index.
399, 0. The American Almanac and Repository of Use
ful Knowledge. Vols. 8, 9, 11, 14 15, 18 to 20. Campbell, 1290, O. Campbell's Foreign Monthly Magazine; or Se
lect Miscellany of the Periodical Literature of Great Britain.
Vols. 1 to 6. Capen, 1503, D. The Massachusetts State Record and Year Book
of General Information. 1849. Edited by Nahum Capen. Knight, 1368, D. Knight's Penny Magazine. 2 vols. London,
304, Q. The Penny Magazine. Vols. 13 to 24.
Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, &c. 1825 to 1829 and 1831. New York, 270, O. The New York Review. Vols. 3 to 10.
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1288, 0. The American Register, or General Repository
LIST OF UNBOUND PAMPHLETS.
Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad Company.
Report of the President and Directors, July 22, 1848.
Annual Reports. 20th to 24th.
Report of the President and Managers. January 21, 1850. Bellefonte and Indiana Railroad.
Report of the Preliminary Surveys. By W. M. Roberts.
January 22, 1850. Boston and Maine Railroad.
Report of the Directors. September 12, 1849. Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia.
Annual Reports. 13th and 15th.
Annual Report. 5th.
Report of the Chief Engineer on the Location and Estimates
of Cost, with Report of Prof. A. C. Twining. 1849. Convention of Civil Engineers.
Proceedings of the Convention for the formation of a Society
of Civil Engineers of the United States, held Feb. 11, 1839. Address of the Committee appointed February 11, 1839.
Convention of Civil Engineers (continued).
Constitution proposed for the American Society of Civil En
gineers, with Proceedings in reference to the same. April,
1839. Crawfordsville and Wabash Railroad Company, Indiana.
Exhibit of the Condition and Prospects. May 6, 1850. Eastern Railroad Company.
Report of the Directors. July 9, 1849. Erie Extension Canal. Pennsylvania.
Remarks Showing its Importance to the State, 1840. Grand Junction Railroad and Depôt Company.
Annual Report. 2d.
Annual Report. 1847.
Act of Incorporation, and the By-Laws, Organization, &c.
1848. Lafayette and Indianapolis Railroad Company.
Exhibit of the Lafayette and Indianapolis Railroad Company.
Annual Report. May 2d, 1848.
Annual Reports for 1847-8-9.
Annual Reports. 1847 to 1849, inclusive.
Report of the President and Directors. 1829. Montreal and Lachine Railroad Company.
Philosophy of Railroads. Published at the request of the
Montreal and Lachine Railroad. By Thomas T. Reefer,
C.E. 1850. New Orleans.
Letter to S. J. Peters, Esq., President of the New Orleans
Chamber of Commerce, in relation to the Improvement of the Navigation of the Mississippi River. By Albert Stein. 1841.