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The following list contains a condensed but complete catalogue of all the new books added to the Apprentices' Library during the year 1888.
The arrangement of the divisions and sub-divisions is strictly alphabetical, but for convenience of instant reference an alphabetical index of subjects is prefixed which will direct the reader to the exact page where any topic may be found.
Books are generally entered in alphabetical order in each section under what is presumed to be the author's real name (printed in SMALL CAPS), except where the assumed name was better known and more likely to be looked for by the majority of users of a catalogue. In some cases the assumed name follows the real name (in parentheses). When the assumed name is taken as a heading, the real name, when known, follows [in brackets). When a work has no author, the first word of the title (not an article or proportion), is taken as a heading.
In making out orders from this catalogue the reader should give the author's name, the first part of the title, the number, and volume (if there is more than one). The number always consists of a class letter, followed by not more than four figures, and sometimes by a title-letter (in italics). All the various parts of a number must be copied as each is equally important.
The numbering scheme is so arranged as to show the size of the book. Thus, if the last three figures are below 500 the work is a 12° ; between 500 and 800 indicates an 8'; from 800 to 900 is used for 4°s; and from 900 to 999 is reserved for folios.
If a work is bound with or forms part of another, this fact must be stated on the order list."
A single dash indicates the absence of a preceding heading ; a second dash shows the absence of a subsequent heading.
“F. S. L.” means Franklin Square Library; “v.” means volume or volumes ; 'transl." means translated or translator ; "ed." means edited or edition ; "edr." means editor; and “pt.” means part.
A + preceding a title means that the book is for reference only, and cannot be taken from the library. A full list of catalogues for sale will be found on the last page of the cover.
LIBRARY COMMITTEE FOR 1888.
JOSEPH J. LITTLE, CHAIRMAN, 10 Astor Place.
Tradesmen, er-officio, 71 Perry Street.
JACOB SCHWARTZ, LIBRARIAN, 18 East 16th Street,
INDEX TO SUBJECTS.
South. - Spanish. American history, etc.
3. Civil service law.
14. Collected works. 13-15. Comic works.
23. Cooperstown (N. Y.).
Finance. 21. Fine arts, 14, 15. Fishes.
1. Future life.
1. Grand Rapids (Mich.).
1. Greenwood cemetery.
1. Henry II., king of England.
23. Jefferies, R. 15, 16. Johnson, A. 18, 21. Judaism.
22. Knox, Rev. J.
1. Lafayette, Marquis de.
Lawrence, A. A.
22. 18. 15.
I. 20. 16.
1. 21. 23. 22. 16. 18. 15. 15
I. 16. 20. 14.
I. 15. 21. 15.
I. 19. I. I. 14.
17. 21. 15. 22. 22 17. 22.
14. 13 22 23. 19. 21. 19. 21. 20
15. 22. 15. 15. I. I. I. I.
I. 17. 15. 20
I. APPRENTICES' LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
1. Fishing. 1. Flax culture, 23. Fleet, The. 18. Florence. 18. Florida.
3. 15. 16. 18. 23.
2. ' Philately.
1. Pollock, Sir T.
1. Practical theology.
Roman empire. 19. Rome.
19. Roofs. 18, 15. Rosicrucians.
20. Ruete, Emily. 19, 20. Ruskin, J.
15. Scientific journals.
Mary, queen of Scots. Masonry (Building). Masonry (Society). Massachusetts. Massage. Maury, M. F. Media. Medical science. Memory. Mendelssohn, F. Mental healing Mesmerism. Meteorology. Mexico. Middle Ages. Military science. Mine-surveying Missouri. Mnemnonics, Modern history. Money. Montesquieu. Moral philosophy. More, Hannah. Mormonism. Morris, G. Ilusic. Mythology, Napoleon I. Natural history. Natural philosophy. Natural science. Naval science. Navigation. New York (City). New York (State). Newspaper libel. Newspapers. Niger (River). Nile (River). North America. North Carolina. Northwest coast. Norway. Novels. Numismatics. Nun of Kenmare. Occult literature. Ohio. Oratory. Oregon. Oriental history, etc. Ornithology.
PAGE 22. Social Science,
21. 22. Sophia-Adelaide.
2. 15. South America.
14, 15. 22. South Carolina.
14. 22. Southey, R.
2. 2. Spain.
15 15. Spanish America.
14. 15. 22. - language.
17. 21. Speeches.
17. 17. Spiritualism. 23. Sporting
23. 22. Stair-building.
22. 22. Statistics.
21. 18. "Statutes.
20. 19. Sugar beet.
22. 22. Sunday.
22. 19. Sunday school.
22. 22. Surgery.
19. 16. Susiana.
15. 22. Tariff.
20. 17. Taxation.
20. 21. Technological journals.
3. 20. | Tennessee.
14. 18-21. Texas.
14. 1. ' Thackeray, W. C.
2. ; Tricycles.
2. 17. | Turgot, A. R. J.
2. 20, Turkey.
15. 17. United States : General history. 13. 15. Civil war, 1861-65.
14. 21. - Description and Travels. 13. 19. Separate states, etc.
14. 17. Universal history,
16. 22. Useful arts.
23 22. Vaccination.
19. Van Buren, M.
2. 1. Vane, Sir H.
2. 14. Venice.
15. 20. Veres, The.
2 2. Verestchagin; A. V.
2. 2. Victoria, queen of England. 2 15. Virginia.
14. 15. Volapuk.
17. 22. Volcanoes.
18. 16. Voyages. 2. Wages.
20. 2. War of 1812.
13. 15. Washburne, E. B.
2. 14. Weather. The.
18. 2. Wellington, Duke of.
2. 22. West Indies. 21. William, the conqueror.
2. 19. William I., emperor of Germany. 2.
2. William III., king of England. 2. 15. Williams, S. W.
2. 18, 19. Wilson, Rev. J.
2. 3. Wit and humor.
17. 15. Witchcraft.
22. 22. Wolsey, Cardinal. 22. Women.
21. Works, Collected.
3. 2. Yachting
ridan, Gen. P. H. 15. i Slavonic countries. 19. / Smith, A.
23. 16. Yosemite Valley.
14. 2. Yucatan,
15. 15. | Zoology.
19. 2. Zululand.
SUPPLEMENT TO FINDING LIST. No. 1
Arrangement of Principal Subdivisions.
PART 1. BIOGRAPHY, MEMOIRS, AND Letters.
2. CYCLOPÆDIAS, COLLECTED WORKS, AND PERIODICALS,
PART 1.-BIOGRAPHY, MEMOIRS, AND LETTERS. A. INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY,
GUNN, F. W. The master of the Gunnery: a memorial of.
T 5835 ANSELM, Saint. By R. W. Church.
T 116.c. HANCOCK, Gen. W. S. Reminiscences of. By his wife. BACON, Delia : a biographical sketch. By T. Bacon.
T 1849.h. T 224.6. HANNINGTON, J., D.D., first bp. of eastern equatorial BACON, F., his life and philosophy. By J. Nichol. Part I. Africa : a history of his life and work.
T 1853. T 224.n. HENRY II., k. of England. Green, Mrs. J. R. Henry BAIREUTH, Wilhelmine, margravine of. Memoirs.
T 1962. i. T 234.c. HENRY, Patrick. By M. C. Tyler.
T 1962.u. BANCROFT, Marie W. and S. B. Mr. and Mrs. B. on Jay, J. Whitelock, W. Life and times of. T 2288.w. and off the stage. Written by themselves. 2 v. JEFFERIES. R. Besant, W. Eulogy of.
T 253. JENKIN, Fleeming. Stevenson, R. L. Memoir of. T 2300. BEECHER, H. W. Beecher, W. C., and Scoville, Rev. S. JOHNSON, A. Stoddard, W. O. Lives of the Presidents: Biography of.
T 2691.u. BILL, Buffalo. Autobiography of. (In his “Story of the KEAN, E, tragedian, 1787–1833. Molloy, J. F. Life wild West.")
and adventures. 2 v.
T 2380.m. BOONE, D. Bill, Buffalo. Life of. (In his “Story of the Knox, Rev. J., D.D., Reformed Dutch clergyman of N. wild West.")
Y. City, d. 1858. Memorial of. T 25/8. . BowNE, Eliza S. A girl's life eighty years ago. T 555. LAFAYETTE, Marquis de. Farmer, Lydia H. Life of BROWN, J. By Dr. 8. v. Holst.
T 2571.f: BROWNLEE, Rev. W. C., D.D., Reformed Dutch clergy- LAMARTINE. Domville, Lady. Life of. T 2592.d.
man of N, Y, d. 1860. Memorial. T 616. LAMB, C. Ainger, A., edr. Letters of. 2 v. T 2593 b. CALHOUN, J. C. Charleston (S. C.) Ladies' Calhoun LAWRENCE, A. A. Lawrence, W. Life of. T 2626.1.
Life of. Monument Association. | History of the Calhoun LEO XIII. pope. O'Reilly, B.
T 2647.0. monument at Charleston, S. C.
T 4543. LEPSIUS, R.: a biography By G. Ebers. T 2648. Carson, Kit. Bill, Buffalo. Life of. (In his “ 'Story LESSEPS, F. de. Recollections of forty years. 2 v. T2557. of the wild West.")
T 5525. LINCOLN, A. : a biography for young people. By N. CELLINI, B. Life of. Transl. by Symonds. 2 v. T 814.5.
T 2691.a. CHARLES the great (Charlemagne). Mombert, J. I. History Stoddard, W. O. Lives of the presidents : Lincoln of. T 842.1. and A. Johnson.
T2691.u. CLEVELAND, G. Stoddard, W. 0. Lives of the presi- LONGFELLOW, H. W.; his life, his works, his friendships. dents : G. C.
T 2731.a. Cousin, V. By J. Simon.
T 1031. LOWELL, J. R. Brown, E. E. Life of. T 2739.8. CROCKETT, D. Bill, Buffalo. Life of. (In his “Story McCulloch, H. Men and measures of half a century. of the wild West.")
T 2778. CUSACK, Sister M. F. C. The nun of Kenmare. T 920. MACIVER, Gen. H. R. McDonald, J. W. A soldier of CUSTER, Gen. Custer, Eliz. B. Tenting on the plains ; fortune : the life and adventures of.
T 2813 or, Gen. C. in Kansas and Texas. T 1089.d. MAINTENON, Madame de. By Emily Bowles. DARWIN, C. Bettany, G. T. Life of. T 1145.6. MAPLESON, J. H. The Mapleson memoirs, 1848-88. Darwin, F., edr. Life and letters of. 2 v. T 1145.d.
T 2878. DAUDET, A. Thirty years of Paris and of my literary MARY, q. of Scots. Hosack, J. Mary Stewart : charges life. T 1148. against her with answers.
T 2896.j. EMERSOX, R. W. Cabot, J. E. Memoir of. 2 v. MAURY, M. F. Corbin, Diana F. M., compiler. Life
T 2946. FIELD, M. B. Memories of many men and of some MENDELSSOHN, F. Moscheles F. Letters of M. to I.
and C. Moscheles.
T 2992.m. FRANKLIN, B. Hale, E. E., and E. E., jr. F. in MONTESQUIEU. By A. Sorel. France. Pt. 2.
T 1572.g. More, Hannah. By Charlotte M. Yonge. T 3I6I. y. - McMasters, J. B. B. Franklin as a man of letters. MORRIS, Gouverneur, Morris, Anne C. Diary and
T 3172.m. Frith, W. P., R. A. My autobiography and reminis. - By T. Roosevelt.
T 3172.6. T 1578. NAPOLEON I. Bingham, D. A. Letters and despatches GORDON, Gen. C. G. Gordon, M. A. Letters of Gen. of. 3 v.
T 3263. I. Gordon to his sister.
T 1724.e. POLLOCK, Sir F. Personal remembrances. 2 v. T 3555 2. GRANT, Gen. U. S. Badeau, A. Grant in peace. POORE, B. P. Reminiscences of 60 years in the national
T 1746.d metropolis. v. 2.