Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 15

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New York Public Library., 1911 - Bibliography
Vol. 67, no. 6 (June 1963) includes article introducing Esther Elisabeth Larson's Swedish commentators on America, 1638-1865.

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Page 292 - Thy people ; that all things may be so ordered and settled by their endeavours, upon the best and surest foundations, that peace and happiness, truth and justice, religion and piety, may be established among us for all generations.
Page 440 - Minutes of the Evidence taken before the Committee appointed by the House oF Commons to Inquire into the State of Mendicity and Vagrancy in the Metropolis and its Neighbourhood.
Page 488 - An, of the origin and object of the Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge upon the Punishment of Death, and the Improvement of Prison Discipline...
Page 506 - THE CONVICT SHIP. A Narrative of the results of Scriptural Instruction and Moral Discipline, as these appeared on board the Earl Grey, during the Voyage to Tasmania: with brief notices of individual Prisoners. By COLIN ARROTT BROWNING, MD Surgeon, Royal Navy; Author of " England's Exiles,
Page 166 - IRWIN (EYLES). A series of adventures in the course of a voyage up the Red Sea, on the coasts of Arabia and Egypt ; and of a route through the Deserts of Thebaïs, hitherto unknown to the European travellers, in the year 1777...
Page 266 - Committals. Summary statements of the number of persons charged with criminal offences who were committed to the different gaols in England and Wales, and in London and Middlesex, for trial at the assizes and sessions held.
Page 169 - TSEW, or THE SORROWS OF HAN, A Chinese Tragedy, translated from the Original, with Notes, and a Specimen of the Chinese Text. By JOHN FRANCIS DAVIS, FRS, &c. In Demy Quarto ; 5?.
Page 66 - List of dramas relating to the Jews, and of dramas in Hebrew, JudeoSpanish, and Judeo-German ; together with essays on the Jewish stage
Page 293 - Desiring to render a public benefit to the city of New York, and to contribute to the advancement of useful knowledge and the general good of society, I do, by this codicil, appropriate four hundred thousand dollars out of my residuary estate to the establishment of a public library in the city of New York.
Page 211 - THE LIFE OF MOHAMMED, Founder of the Religion of Islam, and of the Empire of the Saracens.

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