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EXPLANATION.

The following list contains a condensed but complete catalogue of all the new books added to the Apprentices Library from January to December 1890, inclusive.

The arrangement of the divisions and sub-divisions is strictly alphabetical, but for convenience of instant reference an alphabetical index of subjects, including the names of individuals in biography, 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 is better known and more likely to be looked for by the majority of the 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 do author the first word of the title (not an article or preposition) is taken as a heading. In Individual Biography (page 1) books are entered in the alphabetical order of the lives treated of, instead of by authors' names, so that all the lives of the same individual will be found in one place.

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 sach is equally important.

The numbering scheme so arranged as to show the 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

ABBREVIATIONS : “ v." means volume or volumes ; “transl.” means translated or translator ; “ed." means sdited or edition ; "edr.” means editor ; and “pt." means part.

At 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 second page of the cover.

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Abyssinia. Accumulators. Acetates. Ægean, The. Africa. Agnosticism, Agriculture. Air analysis. Alaska, Alcott, Louisa M. Alexander the great. Algebra. Algeria. Aluminium. America, British. America, Central. America, North. America, Portuguese. America, South America, Spanish. American history and travels. American literature. Amusements. Anästhesia. Animaliculture. Animals. Annals of legislative bodies. Arblay, Madame d'. Architecture. Arithmetic. Army of the Potomac. Arnold, T. Art. Arthur, C. A. Aschman, R. Assaying. Astronomy. Atlases. Austen, Jane. Australia. Austro-Hungary. Authorship. Bacteria. Ballou, H. Baltimore, Barons. Barbary. Baronetage. Bashkirtseff, Marie. Beaconsfield, Lord. Beaumont, Mrs. B. Berlin. Biblical theology. Bibliography: Biography, Collective. Biography, Individual. Biology. Birds. Birney, J. G. Bismarck, Prinz O. von. Black Forest. Blacksmithing Blowpipe analysis. Boat building. Bodily exercise. Boilers. Bonaparte, Citizeness. Book-keeping. Boot-making Boston. Botany. Bourbons, The. Breton, J.

PAGE 18. Bricks. 24. British America. 31. | British Columbia. 18. British history and travels. 18. Browning, R. 27. Bryant, W. C. 28. Buccaneers. 22. Building 17. Burial of the dead. 1. Burney, Fanny. 1. Business. 23. Butler, J. 18. | Butterflies, 22. Cabinet work. 16. California. 16. Calvert, G. and C. 16. Camping. 16. Canada. 16. Cannibals. 16. Canoe building. 16. Canoe handling. 21. Capital and labor. 30. Cards. 23. Carette, Madame. 28. Carpentry. 23. Catalogues. 25. Cattle.

I. Cements. 28. Census, 23. Central America. 17. Champlain, Lake.

1. Cheirosophy. 30. Chemical technology. 1. Chemistry I. Chess. 31. Childs, G. W. 22. Chimneys. 18. China.

1. Chivalry. 18. Church history. 18. Church of Rome. 20. Chronology. 22. Civil War (U. S.). 1. Civilization. 1. Clive, Lord. 18. Coal. 2. Collected works. 1. Colorado. I. Colorado River. 1. Comic works. 18. Commerce. 27. Commercial calculations. 19. Comparative religion. 1. Conkling, R. 1. Constitutional history, 22. Cook, Captain. 23. Cookery.

1. Costa Rica. 1. Coston, Mrs. Martha J. 18. Courts-Martial. 31. Crank, The. 22. Credit, Mercantile, 29. Crime. 23. Crimea, The. 29. Cuba.

1. Cycling
25. Cyclopædias.
31. Cyphers.
17. Dalhousie, Marquess of.
22. Dana, R. H.

1. Darwinism.
1. Davis, J., the navigator.

PAGE 28. Davis, Jefferson.

I. 16. Decorative design.

30. 16. Delsarte system.

20. 17. Désirée, queen of Sweden and 1. Norway. 1. Desserts (Cookery).

30 16. Devotional theology.

28. 28. Dickens, C.

I. 28. Dictionaries.

21. I. | Diseases.

23. 25. Doctrinal theology.

27 1. Dogs.

28. 23. Dolomites, The.

17 30. Domestic architecture.

29. 17. Domestic economy.

30 1. Dragon flies. 31. Drainage. 16. | Drama. 18. Drawing. 29. Duodenal arithmetic.

23. 31. Dupleix, J. F.

I. 26. Dyer, H.

1. 31. Dynamo-electric machines. 24. 1. Ear diseases.

23 28. Earthquakes.

23. 19. East, The.

18. 28. Ecclesiastical history.

27 28. Edinburgh.

17. 26. Education. 16. Edwards, J.

1. 17. Egypt.

18. 28. Electric light.

24 22. Electric railway.

29 22. Electricity.

24 31. Elixir of life.

1. Ellis, S.
28. Elocution.
18. Emerson, R. W.

I. 18. Emigration,

26. 27. Encyclopædias.

3. 28. Engineering.

29. 18. Engineering drawing.

30. 16. England, Church of.

28. 18, 22. English history and travels. 17. 1. English language.

21. 29. English literature.

21. 3. Entomology.

24. 17. Ericsson, J. 17. Essays.

20. 22. Ethics.

27 25. Etiquette. 23. European history and travels. 17, 18. 28. Evelyn, J. 1. Evolution.

22, 27 25. Exercise.

23. 1. Explosives. 30. Eye diseases. 16. Factory labor. 1. Fiction.

+ 26. Fiction, Juvenile.

13. 29. Finance.

26. 25. Fisheries.

24. 26. Fishes.

24. 17. Fisk, W. 16. Florida.

17. 31. Flower painting.

3. Flowers.
31. Folk lore.

1. Food adulterations,
1. Forth bridge.
22. Foundry practice.
1. Fox, C. J.

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29. Iron.

23. 23. 16. 23.

26.

29. 23. 23.

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20. 27 17. 25. 26.

2. 26.

17.

25. Labor.

France.

17. Idaho. Franklin, B.

1. Immigration. Free trade.

26. Immortality. Freemasonry

18. Indexes. French language.

21. India. French literature.

21. Indication. French revolution.

17, 18. Industrial art. Froebel, F.

1. Industrial exhibitions. Fruit-wines.

31. Industrial history. Furniture.

30. Infantry tactics. Future life.

27. Infidelity Future punishment.

27. Inquisition. Gallenga, A.

1. Insanity. Games.

30. Insects. Gardening

28. Intellectual philosophy. Garfield, J. A.

1: Internal revenue. Gas.

22. Interoceanic communication. Gas engines. Gems.

30. Iroquoian languages. Geography.

18. Italy. Geography, Physical.

23. Japan. Geology.

23. Jay, J. Geometry.

23. Jefferson, J. George II., King of England. 1. Jefferson, Thomas. Georges, The, Kings of Eng- Jesus Christ. land.

I, 17. Jewish history. German language.

21. Joan of Arc. Germany.

18. Johnstown flood. Glass blowing.

30. Jones, Eli. Glazier, W.

1. Jones, Sibyl. Glover, W.

1. Josephine, Empress. God.

27. Kansas crusade. Goethe, J. W. von.

1. Kindergarten education. Gothic architecture.

29. Kirby, Georgiana B. Government. Graining

28. Land surveying. Grand Army of the Republic. 16. Language. Greece.

18. Latin language. Greek language.

21. Law. Greek literature.

21. Lawn tennis. Greenland.

17. Legislative bodies. Gunsmithing

31. Letters. Gustavus Adolphus.

2. Leucomaines. Gymnastics.

31. Library economy: Hamilton, A.

2. Life-Saving Service (U.S.). Hand-railing

29. Light. Hansa towns, The.

18. Limes. Hastings, W.

2. Lincoln, Abraham. Havelock.

2. Lincolnshire. Hawthorne, N.

2. Linear perspective. Hayes, R. B.

Liquors. Hayti.

16. Liszt, F. Heat.

24. Literary criticism. Heating

28. Literary history. Heaven.

27. Literary miscellany. Hill, B. H.

2. Literary periodicals. Hindu literature.

21. Literature and language. History

16. Lithology. History of literature.

21. | Locke, John. History of the church.

27. Locks. Hone, P.

2. Locomotives. Horse, The.

23. Logarithms. Horsemanship.

30. Logic. Horseshoeing.

30. London. Horsetaming.

31. Machine design. Horticulture.

28. Machinery House decoration.

30. Macready, W. C. Household economy.

30. Madagascar. House-painting.

28. Madison, James. Howitt, Mary.

2. Magic lantern. Humorous works.

22. Magnetism. Hungary.

18. Magneto-electric machines. Hunting.

30. ! Manners. Hydraulic cements.

28. Manual training. Hymnology.

28. Map drawing. Hypnotism.

2. Marie Louise, Empress.
26. Marine engineering.
27. Marine surveying.
19. Masonry (Secret Society).
18. Masonry (Trade).
29. Massachusetts.
30. Mathematics.
31. Mechanical drawing.
25. Mechanics.
26. Medical science.
27. Memoirs.
27. Memory.
23. Mesmerism.
23. Metal' turning.
27. Metallurgy.
26. Metaphysics.
29. Meteorology.
31. Metrology
21. Mexico.
17. Midwifery.
18. Military science.
2. Millwork.
2. Mineral spring waters.
16. Mineralogy.
27. Mining.
18. Miscellany, Literary.

2. Missions.
17. Mississippi.
2. Mnemonics.
2. Money.
2. Monk, General.
25. Monopolies.
25. Montana.

2. Moral philosophy.
26. Morocco.
29. Mortars.
21. Mosquitoes.
21. Moths.

25. Muhlenberg, Dr. W. A. 30,31. | Music.

25. Muskhogean languages.

1. Mythology.
23. Napier, Sir C.
19. Natural history.
26. Natural philosophy.
24. Natural science.
28. | Naval architecture.

2. Naval warfare.
17. | Negro problem.
30. Nelson, H.
30. Nelson, J. Y.

2. Nevada.
21. New England.
21. New Jersey.
20. Newman, Cardinal.

3. Newspaper reporting.
19. Nile river.
23. Norseland.

2. North America.
29. Novels.
29. Occult literature.
23. O'Connell, D.
27. Oglethorpe, General.
17. Old age.
29. Oliver, H. K.
29. Opium habit.

2. Orchids.
18. Ordnance.
16. Oriental history and travels.
24. Ornament.
24. Orthographic projection.
24. Painting
27. Palermo.
25. Palestine.
30. Palmistry.
28. Panama.
2. Paper-making.

2

27. 18. 23. 23. 23.

2. 30. 21. 23.

2. 23. 24. 22. 29. 26. 25 2. 2. 17. 17. 17.

2. 21. 18. 17. 16.

4. 28. 2. 2. 23.

2. 23. 28. 26. 18. 30. 30. 30. T. 18. 28. 16.

28. Marbling. Ibsen.

2. Marie Antoinette.

31.

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17. | Tin.

Paris exposition. Park, Mungo. Parliamentary law. Patent law. Pattern making Pauperism. Pedagogy. Peerage. Pensions. Periodicals, Index to. Periodicals, Literary. Periodicals, Scientific. Persian literature. Perspective. Pestalozzi, A. Peterborough, C. M., earl of. Petroleum engines. Philately. Philosophy. Phoenicia. Phonography. Photography. Photometry. Physical geography. Physical training. Physics. Physiognomy. Physiology Pianoforte. Plantagenets, The. Plastering. Players. Plays. Playwriting Plumbing. Poaching. Poetry. Police. Political economy. Political science. Portuguese America. Postage stamps. Potential. Poverty. Practical theology. Prayer. Preaching Precious stones. Printing Pronunciation. Prophecy. Protection. Protestantism. Psychology. Public documents. Puddings. Pumps. Pyrenees. Rackets. Railroad bridges. Railroads, Readers. Rebellion (U. S.). Religion and science. Religions, Various. Reporting. Rhetoric. Riding Road making: Roman Catholic Church. Romances. Roof trusses. Rossetti, D. G.

31. Rubinstein, A.

2. Russell, Lord J.
25. Russia.
26. Russia in Asia.
29. Salvation army.
26. Savannah.
25. Savonarola.

2. Saws.
26. Science.
19. Scientific amusements.
3. Scientific periodicals.
4. Scotland.
21. Scott, Sir W.
30. Sculpture.
2. Seamanship.
2. Sectarian theology.
29. Semitic languages.
IS. Sermons.
27. Sewerage.
18. Sex.
21. Shakespeare, W.
30. Sheep.
24. Ship building.
23. Shoemaking.
31. Shooting
24. Shorthand.
28. Siberia.
23. Sign-writing
30. Signal service (U. S.).
17. Silver coinage.
28. Slide valve gears.
19. Social science.
19. Socialism,
31. Society.
29. Solomon Islands.
31. South America.
21. Spanish America.
26. Spanish language.
26. Speculation, Art of.
25. Speeches.
16. Sports.
18. Stage, The.
24. Statistics.
26. Steam engine.
28. Stebbins, G. B.
27. Steel.

28. Steel pens.
23, 30. Steel square.

31. Stowe, Harriet B.
21. Strafford, T. W. lord.
27. Stratford de Redcliffe.
26. Stratford-on-Avon.

28. Strength of materials. 27, 28. Submarine boats.

25. Sugar analysis.
30. Surveying
29. Sweden.
17. Swedenborgianism.
31. Switzerland.
29. Synthetic philosophy.
29. Tales.
20. Tanning.
16. Tariff.
27. | Teaching.
28. Technological journals.
21. | Teeth of gears.
20. Temperance.
30. | Ten commandments.
29. Tennessee.
28. Tennis,

4. Terra cotta.
29. / Theatre.
2. | Theism.

2. Theology, Biblical.

27. 2. Theology, Controversial. 17, 18. Theology, Devotional.

28. 18. Theology, Doctrinal.

27. 27. Theology, Practical.

28. 17. | Theology, Sectarian.

23. 2. Theosophy.

28 29. | Theresa (St.) of Avila.

2. 24. | Thiers, L. A. 24. Throat diseases.

23 4. Tiles.

28.

31. 2. Tornadoes.

23 30. Training.

31. 22. | Transactions.

4. 28. Travels and voyages.

18. 21. Trigonometry.

23. 28. Trollope, T. A.

2. 29. Tropical fibres.

28. 23. Turkey.

17. 2. Turning lathes.

29. 28. Typewriting.

21. 29. United States : History and tray31. els.

16 31. United States : Separate states 21. and cities.

17. 18. Universal history.

18. 28. Upholstery.

30 23. | Useful arts.

31. 26. | Utah.

17 29. Vaccination.

23. 26. Van Buren, M.

2. 26. Ventilation.

28. 27. Vermont.

17. 18. Vienna International Exhibition. 31 16. Vinegar.

31. 16. Violins. 21. Volumetric analysis. 26. Voyages and travels. 20. Wallack, L. 30. Walpole, Sir R. 19. War, Art of.

26. 26. Washington, G. W. 29. Washington territory.

17 2. Water engineering.

29. 31. Water gas.

29 31. Waterways.

29. 29. Water works.

29 2. Wealth.

26. 2. Webster, D. 2. Wellington, Duke of.

2. 17. / West Indies. 29. West Point Military Academy.

26. 26. Whist.

30. 22. White Mountains.

17. 29. Willard, Frances E. 18. Williams, M., Q.C.

28. Wilmer, R. H., Bp. of Alabama. 17, 18. Winchester (England).

17. 27. Winnipeg country.


4. Wisconsin.
31. Wit and humor.
26. | Witchcraft.

28
25. / Women.

27 4. Wood, Rev. J. G.

2 29. Wood-turning.

31 27. Wood-working.

20. 27. Woodstock (Ct.).

17. 23. Works, Collected.

3. 31. Wrestling

31. 28. Wyoming

17 31. Yellowstone Park.

17. 27.

30 22 18. 2.

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APPRENTICES' LIBRARY OF THE CITY

OF

NEW YORK.

SUPPLEMENT NO. 2 TO FINDING LIST.

Arrangement of Principal Subdivisions.

PART 1. BIOGRAPHY, MEMOIRS, AND LETTERS.

2. CYCLOPÆDIAS, COLLECTED WORKS, AND PERIODICALS.
3. FICTION AND JUVENILE FICTION.
4. HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, VOYAGES, AND TRAVELS.
5. LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE.
6. NATURAL SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS.
7. POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES.
8. THEOLOGY AND RELIGION.
9. USEFUL AND FINE ARTS.

PART 1.-BIOGRAPHY, MEMOIRS, AND LETTERS.

T 1019.

T 1123. 2 v. T1132.

T 170.

T 1343

A. Individual Biography. CLIVE, Lord. By Col. Sir C. Wilson. T 948.w.

CONKLING, R. Conkling, A. R. Life and letters of. ALCOTT, Louisa M.: her life, letters, and journals. Ed.

T 996. by Ednah D. Cheney. T 72.c. Cook, Captain By W. Besant.

T 1004 b. ALEXANDER the great. Dodge, T. A. Great captains. Coston, Mrs. Martha J. A signal success : an auto

T 73.d.

biography. ARBLAY, Madame d'. See BURNEY, Fanny.

DALHOUSIE. "Marquess of. By Sir W. W. Hunter. ARNOLD, T. Stanley, A. P. Selections from [his] life of.

T 170. DANA, R. H.: a biography. By C. F. Adams. Note.-In Johnson, S. and Stanley, A. P.

“ Two great teachers."

Davis, Jefferson. Life and reminiscences of. By disARTHUR, C. A. Stoddard, W. 0. Lives of the presi- tinguished men of his time.

T 1151.1. dents.

T 5423.c. DAVIS, J., the navigator, 1550-1605. Markham, C. R. ASCHAM, R. Johnson, S. Memoir of.

T 1151. Note. - In Johnson, S. and Stanley, A. P. “Two DÉSIRÉE, queen of Sweden and Norway. By Baron great teachers.'

Hochschild.

T 1196. AUSTEN, Jane. Malden, Mrs. C.

Famous women. DICKENS, C. A collection of Chis] letters, 1833-70.
T 205.m.

T 1212. k. BALLOU, H.: a marvellous life-story. By O. F. Safford. Note.—Abridged from the 3 vol. edition.

T 247. DUPLEIX, J. F. Malleson, Col. Rulers of India. T 1294. BALTIMORE, Barons. See CALVERT, G. and C.

DYER, H. Records of an active life.

T 1308. BASHKIRTSEFF, Marie. Journal of a young artist, 1860- EDWARDS, J. Allen, A. V. G. American religious 84.

T 296.

leaders. BEACONSFIELD, Lord. By J. A. Froude. T 1235.f. Ellis, S. Moor, Rev. C. R. Faith and righteousness : BEAUMONT, Mrs. B. Twelve years of my life.

a memorial of.

T 1356.m. BIRNEY, J. G. and his times. By W. Birney. T 431. EMERSON, R. W. Woodbury, C. J. Talks with.

T 1363.w. Note.—“The genesis of the Republican party, with some account of the Abolition movement in the south ERICSSON, J. Church, W. C. Life of.

T 1383. before 1828."

EVELYN, J. Diary, 1641-1706. Ed. by W. Bray. BISMARCK, Prins O. von. The iron chancellor in private

T 1402.6. life. By a fellow student.

T 433.i. FISK, W. Prentice, G., D. D., American religious BONAPARTE, Citizeness. By I. de Saint-Amand. T 501.7. leaders. Note. - Afterwards, empress Josephine.

Fox, C. J. Wakeman, H. O. Life of. T 1568.w. BOURBONS, The. Bingham, Capt. D. Marriages of the FRANKLIN, B. Morse, J. T. American statesmen. Bourbons. T 546.

T 1572.6. BRETON, J. Life of an artist : an autobiography. T 576. FROEBEL, F. Autobiography. Transl. and annotated by BROWNING, R. Sharp, W. Life of.

T 614.5.
Michaelis and Moore.

T 1583.a.

T 1019. BRYANT, W. C. Bigelow, J. American men of letters. GALLENGA, A. Episodes of my second life.

T 627.6. GARFIELD, J. A. Stoddard, W. O. Lives of the presi- Century Association (N. Y. City). + The Bryant fes- dents.

T 5423.6. tival at The Century".

T 4813. GEORGE II. Hervey, J. Memoirs of the reign of. Ed. BURNEY, Fanny (Madame d'Arblay] and her friends. by Croker. 3 v.

R 1618. Ed. by L. B. Seeley.

T 663.s. Georges, The, kings of England. McCarthy, J. HisBUTLER, J. Pynchon, T. R. Bishop Butler : a religious tory of the four Georges. v. 2.

R 1277.f. philosopher for all time.

T 693 9: GLAZIER, W. Owens, J. A. Sword and pen. T 1693. CALVERT, G. and C., barons Baltimore. By W. H. GLOVER, W. Reminiscences of half a century. T 1705. Browne.

T 727. GOETHE, J. W. von. Boyhood and youth of. Transl. CARETTE, Madame. Recollections of the court of the by Oxenford.

T 1714.0. Tuileries.

Note. — Books I. to XI. of his “Truth and poetry CHILDS, G. W. Recollections.

T 866. from my life.”

T 333.

2 v.

T 1513.

2 v.

2 v.

T 751.

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