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Olven, Alexander S. The surrender of Mason and Slidell. Speech in the House of representatives, Jan. 7, 1862. JK310
1467 6 p. Dixon, Thomas, The life worth living. personal experience. By Thomas Dixon, jr. New York, Doubleday, Page & Company, 1905. 1468
I D., 1 l., 140 D. front., pl. 2042 cm. Dixon, William Hepworth, 1821-1879. White conquest London, Chatto and Windus, 1876. E168 164.
1469 2 v. 22cm.
"Virginia": v. 2, p. 175-185. Doane, Charles F. .. The milk supply of twenty nine Southern cities . Washington, Govt. print, ofl., 1905. SF623 U5 A4.
1470 40 D. 23cm, (U. S. Bureau of animal industry. Bulletin no. 70)
Richmond, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Newport News, Lynchburg, Danville. D. 20-24. Dobie, Armistead M. (Biographical sketch of William Wirt, with selections from his writings, by Armistead M. Dobie]
1471 (In Alderman, E. A. Library of Southern literature. 1909.
V. 13. D. 5903-5920) A documentary history of American industrial society; ed. by John R. Com.
mons, Ulrich B. Phillips, Eugene A. Gilmore, Helen L. Sumner, and John B. Andrews. Prepared under the auspices of the American bureau of industrial research, with the co-operation of the Carnegie institution of Washington. With preface by Richard T. Ely and introduction by John B. Clark . . . Cleveland, O., The A. H. Clark company, 1910-1911. HC103 D63.
1472 10 v. facsims. 241/2 cm. Bibliography: v. 1, p. 105-107.
Volumes 1 and 2 contain material concerning plantation management and life, and general industrial conditions in Virginia. Documents laid before the Legislature at the session of 1827-28 upon the
application of the Cartersville bridge co. for a loan or lottery to rebuild the bridge. Richmond, 1828. JK310
Dodd, William Edward. Bishop John Cowper Granbery. [Life)
1474 (In The John P. Branch historical papers, of Randolph-Macon college. v. 2. nos. 3 and 4. June, 1908. p. -197) -Chief Justice Marshall and Virginia, 1813-1821. E171 A57. 1475
(In American historical review. v. 12, no. 4. July, 1907. p. 776-787) -The fight for the Northwest, 1860. E171 A57.
1476 (In American historical review. v. 16, no. 4. July, 1911. p. 774-788) -Jefferson Davis . . . Philadelphia, George W. Jacobs & company [c 1907] ci D262 D50.
1477 396 D. front. (port.) 1942 cm. -John Taylor, of Caroline, prophet of secession.
1478 (In The John P. Branch historical papers, of Randolph-Macon college. v. 2. nos. 3 and 4. June, 1908. p. [214)-252)
-The life of Nathaniel Macon ton, 1903. ci M171 D49.
xvi, 443 p. 18cm.
Raleigh, N. C., Edwards and Brough.
- The place of Nathaniel Macon in Southern history. E171 A57, 1480
(In American historical review. v. 7, no. 4. July, 1902. D. 663-675)
-Profitable fields of investigation in American history, 1815-1860. E171 A57.
1481 (In American historical review. v. 18, no. 3. April, 1913. p. 522-536) -Statesmen of the old South; or, From radicalism to conservative revolt New York, The Macmillan company, 1911.
C01 D63. 1482 1x p., 1 l., 242 p. 20cm.
Contents:-Thomas Jefferson.-John C. Calhoun.-Jefferson Davis. The West and the war with Mexico: annual address before the Illinois state historical society May 23, 1912. Reprinted from the Journal of the society, July, 1912.  E407 D63.
1483 16 p. 251,2 cm. Doddridge, Joseph, 1769-1826. Logan, the last of the race of Shikellemus,
chief of the Cayuga nation. A dramatic piece. To which is added, the dialogue of the backwoodsman and the dandy, first recited at the Buffalo seminary, July 1st, 1821 .. Reprinted from the Virginia ed. of 1823, with an appendix relating to the murder of Logan's family, for William Dodge. Cincinnati, R. Clarke & co., 1868. E90 L8 D7. 1484
1 p. 1., 76 p. 2442 x 21cm. -Notes on the settlement and Indian wars of the western parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania from 1763 to 1783, inclusive, together with a review of the state of society and manners of the first settlers of the western country. By Joseph Doddridge; with a memoir of the author by his daughter, Narcissa Doddridge. Republished with the addi. tion of new and valuable material. By John S. Ritenour and Wm. T. Lindsay. Pittsburgh, Pa., 1912. F517 D65.
1485 vi, 7-320 p. front., 2 illus. (ports.) 22cm.
"This is the third printing of 'Doddridge's Notes.' The first was in 1824, by Mr. Doddridge himself, at the office of the Wellsburg, Va., Gazette The second edition, edited by Alfred Williams was printed at Albany, N. Y., in 1876, by Joel Munsell.”—Pref.
This has been reprinted in the three editions of Kercheval's History of the Valley. Notes on the settlement and Indian wars of the western parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, from the year 1763 until the year 1783 inclusive. Together with a view of the state of society and manners of the first settlers of that country. By the Rev. Dr. Joseph Doddridge. F232 S5 K3.
1486 (In Kercheval, Samuel. A history of the valley of Virginia. Woodstock, Va., 1850. 23cm. p. 99-105, 164-263)
Doddridge, Philip. Sermons to young persons By Philip Doddridge,
D. D. To which are added the Balm of Gilead, with several other sermons selected from the writings of eminent divines. Also The crook in the lot. Revised and corrected, with biographical sketches of the authors. 1st Amer. ed. Charlottesville, Pub. by Joseph Martin, Printed by Cary & Watson, 1832.
1487 xii, -336 p. 18cm. Dodge, J. R. Statistics of manufactures of tobacco and of its commercial
distribution, exportation and prices. Compiled ... by J. R. Dodge, special agent ... HA201 1880 B1
1488 (In U. S. Census, 10th, 1880. v. 3. p. 881-950)
Dodge, Martin Road conventions in the Southern States, and object.
lesson roads constructed under the supervision of the Office of public road inquiries, with the cooperation of the Southern railway Wash. ington, Govt. print. off., 1902. TE23 A8.
1489 11 pl. (incl. front.) 23cm. (U. S. Office of public road inquiries. Bulletin no. 23)
Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. A bird's-eye view of our civil war Boston, J. R. Osgood and co., 1883. E468 D63.
1490 xi, 346 p. illus., maps (partly fold.) 23 42 cm. -The campaign of Chancellorsville . Boston, J. R. Osgood & co., 1881. E481 C4D6.
1491 vi p., 1 l., 261 p. fold. maps.
23cm. Dods, John B. A sermon, delivered in the Episcopal church, Gloucester, Vir.
ginia, Sunday, July 16, 1837, on the funeral occasion of the wife, mother and child of C. C. Morris. By John B. Dods, pastor of the Universalist society, Provincetown, Mass. Boston, Trumpet office, 1837. 1492
24 D. 1419 cm. Doggett, David Seth. Glorying in the cross. [Sermon) F218 3 M592.
1493 11 p. -A nation's Ebenezer. A discourse delivered in the Broad st. Methodist church, Richmond, Virginia, Thursday, September 18, 1862: the day of public thanksgiving, appointed by the President of the Confederate States. By Rev. D. S. Doggett ... Richmond, Va., Enquirer book and job press, 1862. E650 D65.
1494 18 p. 214 cm. Sermons, by the late Rev. David Seth Doggett, D. D. With a biographical sketch of the author, by the Rev. John E. Edwards, D. D. Ed. by Thos. 0. Summers, D. D., LL. D. Nashville, Tenn., Southern Methodist publishing house, 1882.
1495 Library has v. 1. 19cm. - The war and its close. A discourse, delivered in Centenary church, Richmond, Va., Friday, April 8th, 1864, by Rev. D. S. Doggett, D. D., pastor, on the occasion of the national fast. Published by the Soldiers' tract association, M. E. Church, South. Richmond, Macfarlane and F'ergusson, 1864. JK310 v. 45.
1496 20 D. 19cm. Dolly Madison breakfast, 1772-1912. Rauscher's. Monday, May 20, 1912. Washington, D. C.
1497 unp. port. 24cm. Donald Adair; a novel. By a young lady of Virginia. Richmond, P. Cottom, 1828.
1498 2 v. in l. 19cm. Donaldson, Thomas. The house in which Thomas Jefferson wrote the Decla
ration of Independence. Privately printed. Avil printing company, Philadelphia, 1898. F158 8 D7.
1499 119 p. illus. 20cm. Donelson, John. Journal of a voyage, intended by God's permission, in the
good boat Adventure, from Fort Patrick Henry on Holston River, to the French Salt Springs on Cumberland River, kept by John Donaldson. F436 R17.
1500 (In Ramsay, J. G. M. The annals of Tennessee to the end of the 18th century. 1853. p. 197-202) Donovan, John B. Paper read [before Virginia state bar association) by Jobp B. Donovan. Aquatic rights.
1501 (In Virginia state bar association. 4th report 1892. p. 176-191) Dorsey, Ella Loraine. Pocahontas (by) Ella Loraine Dorsey Wash ington, D. C., G. E. Howard (c 1906) ci P739 D53.
1502 I p. I., 68 d. front., pl., ports. 244 cm.
Dorsey, Sarah A. Recollections of Henry Watkins Allen, Brigadier-General
Confederate States Army, ex-Governor of Louisiana. New York, M. Doolady; New Orleans, James A. Gresham [c 1866] Ci A426 D52.
1503 420 p. front. (port.)
Gov. Allen was born in Prince Edward County, Virginia, April 29, 1820. Dos Passos, John R. Address (before Virginia state bar association) of
Hon. John R. Dos Passos, of New York. The results and responsibillties of our representative democracy.
1504 (In Virginia state bar association. 19th report, 1907. p. 144-171) Doubleday, Abner. Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, by Abner Doubleday New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1882. E468 C17. 1505
x1 p., 2 1., 243 p. incl. maps, diagr. 19 cm. Douglas, Stephen Arnold. Speech . . . delivered in the city of Petersburg,
Virginia, August 28, 1860. (Washington] L. Towers & co. JK310 V. 10.
Douglass, William, 1691-1752. A summary, historical and political, of the
ürst planting, progressive improvements, and present state of the British settlements in North America ... By William Douglass, M. D. London, Printed for R. & J. Dodsley, 1760. E188 1733.
1507 2 v. col. map. 21cm.
"Concerning the colony and dominions of Virginia": v. 2, p. 385-416. "A digression concerning the small-pox": p. 392-414. Douthat, Robert. Argument before the committee of privileges and elec
tions, in the case of Robert Douthat, returned delegate from the county of Charles City. Richmond, Printed by Shepherd & Pollard, 1826. 1508
26 p. 224 cm.
Dove, John. The Virginia text-book; containing a history of masonic grand
lodges, and the constitution of masonry, or Ahiman rezon: together with a digest of the laws, rules and regulations of the Grand lodge of Vir. ginia; also a complete compilation of the illustrations of Masonic work, as drawn from Preston, Webb, Read and others, by John Dove, Grand secretary of the Grand lodge of Virginia. 3d ed. Richmond, Printed by James E. Goode, 1886. F221 3 F85 D74.
1500 380 p. front. (port.) 20cm. Preface to 1st ed. dated 1846.
Dover Baptist association. Minutes.
1510 Library has 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1900, 1907-1910. The session of 1910 was the 128th.
Dow, Lorenzo, 1774-1834. Quintessence of Lorenzo's works. History of cos.
mopolite; or, The four volumes of Lorenzo's journal, concentrated in one: containing his experience and travels, from childhood, to near his fortieth year. Also his polemical writings. to which is added, Tho journey of life, by Peggy Dow : : . 3d ed. cor, and enl. Philadelphia, Printed by Joseph Rakestraw, 1816. Ci D744 D74.
1511 I p. incl. ports., 700 p. 19 cm. "Visit through Virginia": p. 185-203.
Doyle, John Andrew. English colonies in America New York, H. Holt and company, 1882-1907. E188 D76.
1512 fold. maps (incl. fronts.) 23cm. Contents:v. 1. Virginia. Maryland and the Carolinas.-v. 2-3. The Puritan colonies.-V. 4. The middle colonies.--v. 5. The colonies under the house of Hanover.
Doyle, Thomas S. The Virginia institution for the education of the deal
and dumb (and of the blind), Staunton, Va., 1839-93. By Thos. S. Doyle, principal of the institution. HV2530 V8.
1513 1 l., 12 p. front. (port.)
(In Volta bureau, Washington, D. C. Histories of American schools for the deaf ... v. 1) Drake, Samuel Adams. The making of Virginia and the middle colonies; 1578-1701 .. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1893. F229 D8. 1514
, 228 p. front., illus., port. 12 mo. -A brief memoir of Sir Walter Raleigh; prepared for and published in the New England historical and genealogical register for April, 1852. And now reprinted with additions Boston, Printed for the author for private distribution, 1862. C2 R163 D64.
1515 35 D. front. (port.) 23cm. Draper, Henry, 1837-1882. . . . On the construction of a silvered glass tele
scope, fifteen and a half inches in aperture, and its use in celestial photography Reprinted from vol. 14, Smithsonian contributions to knowledge, 1864 Q11 56 C.
1516 Henry Draper was born in Prince Edward County, Virginia, in 1837. Draper, John Christopher, 1835-1885. Year-book of nature and popular
science for 1872. Ed. by John C. Draper . New York, Scribner, Armstrong & co., 1873. Q9D76.
1517 xxi, 333 D. 184 cm.
John C. Draper was born in Mecklenburg County, Virginia, in 1835. Draper, Lyman Copeland. King's Mountain and its heroes: history of the
battle of King's Mountain, October 7th, 1780, and the events which led to it, by Lyman C. Draper, Secretary of the State historical society of Wisconsin ... Cincinnati, P. G. Thomson, 1881, E241 K5D7.
1518 xv, (16)-612 p. front., pl., port., map. 24cm.
Contains many references to frontier Virginians. 400 of the militia of Washington County. Virginia, under Col. Wm. Campbell, took part in tho
battle. Drayton, Michael. Ode to the Virginian voyage.
1519 (In Brown, Alexander. Genesis of the United States.
V. 1. p. 86-87) Drewry, P. H. Old Fort Henry, the first fortification in the history of Petersburg. F234 P4 D7.
1520 Clipping from the Petersburg daily index-appeal, July 31, 1910. 14 columns. Drewry, William Francis. Care and treatment of the defectives in the South.
1521 (In The South in the building of the nation. v. 10. p. 597-602) -Care and condition of the insane in Virginia. Dr. Wm. F. Drewry, superintendent of the Virginia state hospital for the insane. (Read at the 35th national conference of charities and correction, Richmond, Va., May, 1908) (1908]
1522  D. 224 cm. -Circula insanity: report of 3 cases. Reprinted rom the Journal of nervous and mental disease, April, 1895. RC608 D70.
-Clinical study of thyroid extract. By W. F. Drewry and J. M. Henderson. Reprinted from Virginia medical semi-monthly, June 22, 1900. RC602 D74.