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Alberti (Franç, d') Grand Dictionnaire François-Italien et ItalienFrançois. 2 vols. Large 4° Bassano, 1811.

(Leon Battista) Della Pittura e della Statua. 8° Milano, 1804.

Albigexses. Histoire de la Croisade contre les Hérétiques Albigeois, écrite en Vers Provençaux, par un Poëte contemporain; traduite par M. C . Fauriel. 4° Paris. 1837.

Albricus Philosophus.—see Mythographi Latini.

Albuera Medal.—see Napier's Peninsular War.

Alcazova (Sim. de) Expedition to the South of Peru, in 1534.— Burner's Discoveries in the South Seas, vol. 1.

Alcedo (Ant. de) The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies, translated, with large additions and compilations, by G. A. Thompson. 5 vols. 4° London, 1812.

Alciatus (And.) De Verborum Significatione. Ejusdem Paradoxa et Varia. 2 vols. in 1. fol. Lugd. et Basil. 1523—30.

Alcoran.—see Koran.

Alcwinus (Flaccus) De Pontificibus Eccles. Eboracensis. — Gale, Scriptores, vol. 2.

Aldrete (Bern.) Varias Antiguedades de España, Africa, y otres Provincias. 4° Amberes, 1614.

Origen y Principio de la Lengua Castellana, 6 Romanee, fol.

Madrid, 1674. Alexander The Great. The Life and Actions, by John Williams.

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see Sainte-Croix.

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(Sir W.) The King's Patent to Sir William Alexander, Knt.,

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Tragedie. 6 vols. 8° Pisa, 1819.

Vita, scritta da esso. 2 vols. 8° Firenze, 1822.

Alfred (King)—see Asserius, Boethius, Orosius.

Life, by Sir J. Spelman.—see Hearne.

Algarotti (Franc.) Opere. 17 vols. 8° Venezia, 1791-4.

Alhacen. The Arabic Historie of Tamerlane, done into French by Jean Du Bес, Abbot of Mortimer.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 2.

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Allgemeine Zeitung, von Januar 1, 1842. 4° Augsburg.

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Allionius (Car.) Flora Pedemontana, sive Enumeratio Stirpium Pedemontii, cum Icon ib us. 3 vols. fol. Augustae, 1785.

Allison (Thomas) Voyage from Archangel, in Russia, in 1697.— Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 1.

Al-makkarí.—see Gayangos.

Almanac. American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge, from 1831. 12° Boston.

United States' Almanack, from 1843, by John Downe and

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The British Almanac of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful

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Hobart Town Almanack and Van Diemen's Land Annual for

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(Nautical)—see Nautical.

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see Annuaire.

Aluredus Beverlacensis. Annales.—see Hearne.

Alvarez (Don Francisco) Viaggio nella Ethiopia, 1520, e Navigatione.—Ramusio, tom. 1.

Voyage made unto the Court of Prеte Janni, Emperor of

Ethiopia.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 2.

Amalteo (Giov. Battista)—see Raccolta di Prose.

America. United States and Canada.—Conder's Modern Traveller, vols. 23 and 24.

Secret Proceedings and Debates of the Convention, held in 1787,

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Constitutional Law; being a Collection of Points arising upon

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A Digest of the Laws of the United States, with Notes explanatory and historical, by Thomas F. Gordon. 8° Philad. 1827.

Acts of Congress now in force, abridged, with Notes of De

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System of Penal Laws of America, by E. Livingston. fol .

A System of Penal Law for the State of Louisiana, prepared by

Edward Livingston. 8° Philadelphia, 1833.

America. Laws of the State of New York, in relation to the Erie and Champlain Canals. 2 vols. 8° Albany, 1826.

Indian Treaties and Laws, with Regulations relating to Indian

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American History.—see Bancroft, Holmes, Marshall, Pitkin, Prescott, Ramsay, Solis, Torquemada, Zavala.

Antiquarian Society.—see Transactions.

Philosophical Society.—see Transactions.

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Ammianus Marcellinus. Quae Supersunt, cum Notis Variorum et J. A. TVagner, editionem absolvit C. G. Erfurdt, cum Indicibus (in vol. 3.) 3 vols. 8° Lipsiae, 1808.

Ammon (C. F. von) Die unveränderliche Einheit der evangelischen Kirche. 8° Dresden, 1826-7.

Amyot (J.)—see Plutarchus.

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Anacharsis Le Jeune. Voyage.—see Barthelemy.

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Odes, translated by Thomas Moore.—Moore's Poetical Works.

Anagnostes (Joan) De Thessalonicensi Excidio.—see Phrantzes.

Anastasius Bibliothecarius. Historia Eccles.—see Theophanes.

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Andrews (J. P.)—see Henry.

Andryane (Alexander) Memoirs of a Prisoner of State in the Fortress

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(Mich.) and Denis de Carli. Account of a Voyage to Congo,

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Anne (Queen)—see Boyer, Marlborough, and Somerville.
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