Additions Made to the Library of Congress, Since the First Day of November, 1860: With Omissions from the Last General Catalogue. December 1, 1861

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1862 - Library catalogs - 80 pages
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Page 19 - Davis, N. Carthage and her Remains: being an account of the excavations and researches on the site of the Phoenician metropolis in Africa, and other adjacent places. Conducted under the auspices of her Majesty's government. 8vo. London, 1861.
Page 20 - Dead Shot, The; or, Sportsman's Complete Guide. Being a treatise on the use of the gun, with lessons in the art of shooting game of all kinds.
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Page 74 - Cases in Law and Equity ; argued, debated, and adjudged in the King's Bench and Chancery, in the twelfth and thirteenth years of Queen Anne, during the time of Lord Chief Justice Parker. With two treatises, the one on the action of debt, the other on the Constitution of England. 8vo. London, 1760.
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