A Catalogue of the Books Belonging to the Library Company of Philadelphia: To which is Prefixed, a Short Account of the Institution, with the Charter, Laws, and Regulations, Volume 1

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Page 396 - Lorain. With an index. Philadelphia, 1825. Loudon, 5630, O. An encyclopaedia of gardening, comprising the theory and practice of horticulture, floriculture, arboriculture, and landscape gardening, including all the latest improvements. By JC Loudon.
Page 369 - 6365, O. The history of painting in Italy, from the period of the revival of the fine arts to the end of the 18th century. Translated from the Italian of the Abbate Luigi Lanzi. By Thomas Roscoe. 6 vols. London, 1818.
Page 28 - Sharp. 2d edit. London. 1775. Gift of the Author. 3276, O. The same. London, 1768. P. 3490, & 4549, D. Remarks on the use of the definitive article in the Greek text of the New Testament. By Granville Sharp. With an appendix, containing a table of evidences of Christ's divinity. By D. Whitby, &c.
Page 261 - 1687. 3200, D. Philosophy in sport made science in earnest; being an attempt to illustrate the first principles of natural philosophy by the aid of popular toys and sports. 3 vols. London, 1827. ELECTRICITY, GALVANISM, MAGNETISM, METEOROLOGY, PNEUMATICS. Abbot, 6970, 0.13. Abbot on the central influence of magnetism. Philadelphia, 1814.
Page 253 - navigation from Hudson river to Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. New York, 1811. 4965, O. The official reports of the canal commissioners of the state of New York, and the acts of the legislature respecting navigable communications between the great western and northern lakes, and the Atlantic ocean. With maps. New York, 1817.
Page 292 - indigenarum loci natales illustrantur. Authore I. Blackstone. Londini, 1746. P. Blackwell, 581, & 1099. F. Herbal; containing five hundred coloured cuts of the most useful plants which are now used in the practice of physic; with a short description of the plants, and their common uses in physic. By Elizabeth Blackwell. 2 vols. London, 1737—1739.
Page 395 - & 5216, O. A treatise on the culture and management of fruit trees; in which a new method of pruning and training is fully described; with observations on the diseases, defects, and injuries, in all kinds of fruit and forest trees, and an account of a particular method of cure. With plates. By William
Page 267 - D. Conversations on chemistry; in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained and illustrated by experiments. By Mrs. Margaret Bryan; revised and corrected by Thomas Cooper, MD 2 vols. Philadelphia. 1818. Cooper, 9139, O. 6. A discourse on the connection between chemistry and medicine, delivered in the university of Pennsylvania. By Thomas Cooper, Esq. MD Philadelphia, 1818. Chaptal, 2255, O. Elements of chemistry. By
Page 292 - Conversations on vegetable physiology, comprehending the elements of botany, with their application to agriculture. By the author of conversations on chemistry, &c. (Mrs. Bryan.) 2 vols, London, 1829. Bryant, 1259, O. Flora
Page 66 - 4969, O. On the principles of the Christian religion, addressed to her daughter; and on theology. By Mrs. Lucy Hutchinson. London, 1817. Irving, 5842, O. For the oracles of God, four orations : for judgment to come, an argument, in nine parts. By the Rev. Edward Irving. Philadelphia, 1823. Jackson, 4832, O. 5. Horae

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