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Cabell, George C. In the contested election case of John T. Stovall, con.
testant, vs. George C. Cabell, contestee . Washington, D. C., R. O. Polkinhorn, 1882. JK1359 47th Va. 5th.
729 70 p. 23cm. Cabell, Isa Carrington, Seen from the saddle, by Isa Carrington Cabell;
with an introduction by Charles Dudley Warner. New York, Harper & brothers, 1893. B C114 S45.
730 vi, 161 p. front. 1342 cm. Cabell, James Alston. Patrick Henry. An address delivered before the
faculty and students of Randolph-Macon coilege on the occasion of the presentation of the portrait of Patrick Henry to the Washington literary society, December 9, 1901, by J. Alston Cabell, of Richmond, Va. 731
(In The John P. Branch historical papers, of Randolph-Macon college. [v. 1. no. 2) June 1902. p.88-99) -The trial of Aaron Burr. A paper read before the New York State bar association Jan. 17, 1900, and reprinted from the Proceedings of the association. Albany, The Argus company, printers, 1900. Ci B968 Ci.
732 23cm. Cabell, James Branch. Branch of Abingdon, being a partial account of the
ancestry of Christopher Branch of "Arrowhattocks" and "Kingsland,” in Henrico County, and the founder of the Branch family in Virginia, by James Branch Cabell .. Richmond, Va., Printed by Wm. E. Jones' sons, inc. 
733 9 p. 1., (15)-126 p. front. (facsim.) plates. 24 12 cm. -Branchiana; being a partial account of the Branch family in Virginia, by James Branch Cabell ... Richmond, Va., Printed by Whittet & Shep-1 person [c1907]
734 6 p. l., -177 p., 1 l. 10 port. (incl. front.) 25cm. -The eagle's shadow. Illustrated by Will Grefé. Decorated by Blanche Ostertag. New York, Doubleday, Page & company, 1904. B C114 E8.
735 xi, 256 p. 2012 cm. Gallantry, an eighteenth century dizain in ten comedies, with an afterpiece Illustrated in color by Howard Pyle. New York, Harper & brothers, 1907. B C114 G3.
736 5 p. 1.,334 p. front. plates. 224 cm. Cabell, James Lawrence. The testimony of modern science to the unity of
mankind; being a summary of the conclusions announced by the highest authorities in the several departments of physiology, zoölogy, and comparative philology in favor of the scientific unity and common origin of all the varieties of man. By J. L. Cabell, professor of comparative anatomy and physiology, in the University of Virginia. With an introductory notice by James W. Alexander, D. D. New York, Robert Carter & brothers, 1859. GN353 C13.
737 xi, -344 p. 19 cm. Cabell, Mrs. Julia Mayo. An odd volume of facts and fiction, in prose and
verse, by Julia Mayo Cabell. Richmond, Nash and Woodhouse, 1852. PS1239 C5 02.
738 19 cm. Cabell, Mrs. Margaret Couch (Anthony)] 1814-1882. Sketches and recol
lections of Lynchburg. By the oldest inhabitant. Richmond, C. H. Wynne, 1858. F234 L9 C1.
739 vii, -363 p. 19 12 cm.
Cabell, Nathaniel Francis. Early history of agriculture in Virginia. By N. F. Cabell, of Virginia. Lemuel Towers, Washington, D. C.
740 41 p. 24cm.
-Early history of agriculture in Virginia.
(In De Bow's review. v. 24, p. 280, 411, 542; v. 25, 1858.
741 pp. 81, 205)
-Early history of the University of Virginia, as contained in the letters of Thomas Jefferson and Joseph C. Cabell, hitherto unpublished; with an appendix, consisting of Mr. Jefferson's bill for a complete system of education, and other illustrative documents; and an introduction, comprising a brief historical sketch of the university, and a biographical notice of Joseph C. Cabell. Richmond, Va., J. W. Randolph, 1856. F218 24 U5E12.
742 XXXVI, 528 p. 23cm.
Alexander Brown in his Cabells and their kin says that Nathaniel Francis Cabell edited the Jefferson and Cabell correspondence.
Cabell, Royall E. The issues involved in statewide prohibition. A speech
delivered ... before a mass meeting of the people of Richmond, held in the Academy of music on the evening of May 14, 1914. Norfolk, Va., (1914)
743 22 p. 224. cm. Caffey, Francis Gordon. George Washington Stone. 1811-1894. C01 L677 G7.
744 (In Lewis, W. D. Great American lawyers. y. 6. p. 163-193)
G. W. Stone was born in Bedford Co., Va., Oct. 24, 1811. Cahokia, III. ... Cahokia records, 1778-1790; ed. with introduction and
potes by Clarence Walworth Alvord . Springfield, Ill., The Trustees of the Illinois state historical library, 1907. F536 125.
745 clvi, 663 p. 2 pl. (incl. front.) 2 port., fold. map, 2 facsim. 23cm.
(Collections of the Illinois state historical library, v. 2. Virginia series, v. 1.)
Documents in French and English.
Contents:-Introduction.--Petition to Clark.-Stray leaves from the court of the committee of Cahokia.--Record of court established by George Rogers Clark.-Act of Virginia assembly creating county of Illinois. Transcripts from the Cahokia record.-Record of the court of the district of Cahokia.-Extract from the registers of the magistracy of Cahokia.Cahokia documents, French.-Cahokia documents, English. Bibliography.Index.
Caine, Thomas A. Soil survey of Appomattox county, Virginia, by Thomas A Caine and Hugh H. Bennett.
746 (In U. S. bureau of soils. Report, 1904. p. 151-168. map) Calamity at Richmond, being a narrative of the affecting circumstances at
tending the awful conflagration of the theatre, in the city of Richmond, on the night of Thursday, the 26th of December, 1811. By which, more than seventy of its valuable citizens suddenly lost their lives, and many others were greatly injured and maimed. Collected from various letters, publications, and official reports, and accompanied with a preface, contaiping appropriate reflections, calculated to awaken the attention of the public, to the frequency of the destruction of theatrical edifices. Philadelphia, J. F. Watson, 1812. F233 7 G647.
747 Calisch, Edward N. An address delivered before the Virginia mechanics' in.
stitute, in the hall of the Young men's Christian association, May 16, 1899. By Rabbi Edward N. Calisch, Richmond, Va. Richmond, J. L. Hili printing co., 1899.
748a 14 p. 22cm.
-The independent order of B'nai B'rith; its record and its hopes. An oration delivered at the annual convention of district grand lodge no. 5, I. O. B. B., Savannah, Georgia, March 21, 1909. DS143 C15. 749
11 p. 23cm. -The Jew in English literature, as author and as subject. By Rabbi Ed. ward N. Calisch Richmond, Va., The Bell book and stationery co. [c1909] PR120 J5.
750 277 p.
2012 cm. Bibliography:
p. 9-10. "A list of non-Jewish authors who have written or about the Jews":
"A list of Jewish authors": p. 222-265. Callahan, Charles H. Washington, the man and the mason. Published under
the auspices of the Memorial temple committee of the George Washington masonic national memorial association. [Washington, D. C., Press of Gibson bros, c1913] C1 W318 C15.
751 viii, 366, 8 p. col. front., plates, ports., maps (1 fold.) fold. plan, facsims. (1 fold.) 2742 cm. Callahan, James Morton. Semi-centennial history of West Virginia, by
James Morton Callahan with special articles on development and resources .. [Charleston, W. Va.] Semi-centennial commission of West Virginia, 1913. F241 C16.
752 ix, 594 p. fold. front., 1 illus., plates, ports., maps (part fold.) tables. 2312 cm.
Bibliography: p. (284)-293. [Callender, James Thomson] The history of the United States for 1796;
including a variety of interesting particulars relative to the Federal government previous to that period [anon.] Philadelphia, Snowden & McCorkle, 1797. E311 C17.
753 viii, 312 p. 22 22 cm. -Sedgwick & co. or, A key to the Six per cent cabinet . . Philadelphia, Printed for the author, 1798. E310 C14.
754 1 p. l., 2-88 p. 22 24 cm. [Calx] pseud. Two great evils of Virginia, and their one common remedy.
2d ed., corrected from 1st in Southern planter. To the members elect of the General assembly of Virginia. [Sep. 17, 1859] JK310 v. 38. 755
caption-title, 18 p. 2312 cm. Cameron, William Evelyn. History of the World's Columbian exposition,
ed. under the personal supervision of Hon. William E. Cameron 2d ed. Chicago, Columbian history company, 1893. T500 C1 C2.
756 356,  p. illus. (incl. port.) 48cm.
-The life and character of Robert E. Lee; an address to A. P. Hill camp, C. V., Petersburg, Va., Jan. 19th, 1901. Ci L480 C14.
757 2 p. 1., 23 p.
-The World's fair, being a pictorial history of the Columbian exposition
.. with a description of Chicago by William E. Cameron. With an introduction by Thomas W. Palmer Philadelphia, National pub. co. [1893?] T500 B1 C18.
758 854 p. illus. 27cm. Camillus, pseud. The essays of Camillus, addressed to the Hon. Joel Holle
man, originally published in the Norfolk and Portsmouth herald. Norfolk, Printed by T. G. Broughton & son, 1841. JK216 C18.
759 90,  p. 22 cm.
The campaign of Fredericksburg, Nov.-Dec. 1862; a study for officers of vol
unteers, by a line officer .. London, K. Paul, Trench & co., 1886. E4$1 F8 C2.
760 xviii p., 1 l., 145, (1) p. maps (partly fold.) plans. 19 12 cm.
"An amplification of the chapter on Fredericksburg in Colonel Chesney's 'Campaigns in Virginia'": (Campbell, Alexander] [The Christian system)
761 [3)-368 p. 19 cm.
Title-page wanting. Preface dated Jan. 2, 1835. Campbell, Charles. Genealogy of the Spotswood family in Scotland and Virginia. By Charles Campbell. Albany, Privately printed, 1868. 761a
2 p. l., -44 p. 244cm. -History of the Church of England in the colonies. [A review] 762 (In The Southern literary messenger.
v. 17. p. 492-498) -History of the colony and ancient dominion of Virginia Phila. delphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1860. F226 C17.
763 ix-xvi, 17-765 p. 8vo.
First published in the Southern literary messenger, v. 13, 14, and then reprinted in an octavo of double columns from the type of that journal. The present volume is not a mere revisal of the first edition, but an entirely new work. So. lit. mess. V. 30. p. 209.
A review of this History appears in the Southern literary messenger. V. 30. D. 209-220. -The history of Virginia.
764 (In The Southern literary messenger. v. 5. p. 788-792) -History of Virginia.
765 (In The Southern literary messenger. V. 13. p. 67-80, 129-144, 193-208, 257-276, 321-340, 385-400, 449-464, 513-528, 577-596, 649-672, 707-720. v. 14. D. 17-26) -Patrick Henry and the Committee of safety.
766 (In The Southern literary messenger,
V. 26. p. 27-32) -Powhatan's chimney.
767 (In The Southern literary messenger.
p. 538-540) -Rejoinder to a Reply to the Tuckahoe colony of Virginia.
768 (In The Southern literary messenger.
V. 5. p. 689-692) Some materials to serve for a brief memoir of John Daly Burk, author of A history of Virginia. With a sketch of the life and character of his only child, Judge John Junius Burk. Edited by Charles Campbell. Albany, N. Y., Joel Munsell, 1868. ci B959 C4.
769 vi, 7-123 p. 25cm. -Virginia antiquities.
770 (In Southern literary messenger. V. 9, 1843. p. 560, 591, 693, 728) [Campbell, G. L.) Itinerant observations in America. Reprinted from the
London magazine, 1745-6. Savannah, J. H. Estill, printer, Morning news steam printing house, 1878. E162 C18.
771 64 p. 24cm.
Contains some interesting references to Virginia. Campbell, Sir George. White and black; the outcome of a visit to the United
States, by Sir George Campbell, M. P. New York, R. Worthington, 1879. E168 C18.
772 xvii. 420, (1) p. 23m. Virginia: p. 275-290.
Campbell, John A. Reminiscences and documents relating to the Civil war during the year 1865. By John A. Campbell. Baltimore, J. Murphy & 1887. E545 R92.
773 23cm. Campbell, John Lyle. Extracts from the reports of Professors John L, Camp
bell and John R. Procter, upon the Glenwood estate. [Richmond], Richmond press, Inc., 1910. F232 G45 C18.
774 23 p. charts. 23cm. -Geology and mineral resources of the James River Valley, Virginia, U. S. A. By J. L. Campbell . . . New York, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1882. F219 21 C188.
775 1 p. 1., 119 p. fold. map (in pocket) diagrs. 24cm.
-A nanual of scientific and practical agriculture, for the school and the farm. By J. L. Campbell, A. M., professor of physical science, Washington college, Va. With numerous illustrations . . . Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston, 1859.
775a (ix)-xxiv, 25-442 p. col. front., illus. 19cm. A physical survey, extending from Atlanta, Ga., across Alabama and Mississippi to the Mississippi river, along the line of the Georgia Pacific railway, embracing the geology, topography, minerals, soils, climate, forests and agricultural and manufacturing resources of the country by John L. Campbell, Professor of chemistry and geology, Washington and Lee university, Lexington, Va., and William H. Ruffner, geologist, Lex. ington, Va. New York, E. F. Weeks, printer and stationer, 1883. 776 147 p.
2 fold. col. maps, fold. diagram. 22cm. Campbell, John Wilson. The columbian reader; or, A selection of amusing
and instructive lessons, for schools and academies. By J. W. Campbell. Philadelphia, J. W. Campbell, 1814.
777 299 p.
174 cm. -A history of Virginia from its discovery till the year 1781. With biographical sketches of all the most distinguished characters that occur in the colonial, revolutionary, or subsequent period of our history .. Petersburg, Va., J. W. Campbell, 1813. F226 C20.
778 310 p.
Campbell, Marius Robison. .. Geology of the Big Stone Gap coal field
of Virginia and Kentucky, by Marius R. Campbell. Washington, Gov't print, off., 1893. QE75 B no. 111.
779 vi pl. (incl. fold. col. maps) diagrs. 2342 cm. (U. S. Geological survey. Bulletin no. 111) (Campbell, Samuel L.] Washington college, Lexington, Virginia,
780 (In Washington and Lee university. Historical papers.
no 1. 1890. p. 107-123)
Campbell & company. Directory and gazetteer of the city of Petersburg,
1877-1878 including a history of the city ... edited and published by Campbell & company, Petersburg, Va. Richmond, George W. Gary, printer, 1877. F234 P4 C192.
781 4 p. 1., 174 p. 23 14 cm.
“A sketch of the history of Petersburg." by Edward S. Gregory: p. 1-67. Campbell county school fair. Sixth annual exhibition of the Campbell county
school fair. Rustburg, Va. To be held at Rustburg, Va., Friday, Oct., 17, 1913. Lynchburg, Va., J. P. Bell co., inc., printers, . 782 fold. map.