46 p.

15 p.

71 p.

Editor Abingdon Virginian, Abingdon, Va., nineteen hundred and seven. [Bristol, Tenn., The king printing co., 1907] F232 W317 H3. 2280 illus., map.

15 42 x 23cm. Harris, H. H. Richmond College. Alumni address 1891, by H. H. Harris

(1856). Reprinted from The Messenger. Library Richmond college, 1891.

2281 25cm. Harris, J. Morrison. Discourse on the life and character of Sir Walter

Raleigh: delivered by J. Morrison Harris, before the Maryland historical society, May 19, 1846, being the third annual address to that association. Baltimore, Printed for the Society by John D. Toy, 1846. C2 R163 H4.

2282 23cm. Harris, L. W. Virginia farms, “The land of hearts' delight." Suburban

homes, timber and mineral lands, alfalfa lands, tobacco, oyster shores. For sale by L. W. Harris, real estate & loans Richmond, Va. (Richmond, n. d.]

2283 41, [1] p. plates. 2242 cm. Harris, Thaddeus Mason. The journal of a tour into the territory northwest

of the Alleghany mountains; made in the spring of the year 1803. With a geographical and historical account of the state of Ohio. Illustrated with original maps and views. By Thaddeus Mason Harris, Boston, Printed by Manning & Loring, 1805. F591 T54.

2284 [73] p. map. 2442cm. (In Thwaites, R. G. Early western travels. 1748-1846

v. 3. 309-382) Harris, Thomas Henry. Harris family of Virginia from 1611 to 1914. Data gathered and printed for Thomas Henry Harris of Fredericksburg, Va. (n. p., 1914]

2285 33, [1] p.

port. 24cm. Harris, William C. Prison-life in the tobacco warehouse at Richmond. By

a Ball's Bluff prisoner, Lieut. Wm. C. Harris . . . Philadelphia, G. W. Childs, 1862. E612 L7 H3.

2286 2 p. 1., 9-175 p. incl. front. 18 12 cm. Harris family. A chart of some of the descendants of Captain Thomas Har

ris, of Henrico County, who came to Virginia in 1611, with an appendix of illustrative documents. Richmond, Va., Wm. Ellis Jones, printer, 1893.

2287 chart, 29 p. 22 42 cm. Harrison, Mrs. Constance Cary, 1846- The Anglomaniacs. New York, Cas. sell publishing company, 1890. B H318 A8.

2288 18cm.



296 p.

-Bar Harbor days. By Mrs. Burton Harrison New York, Harper & brothers, 1887. B H318 B8.

2289 181 p.

front. 18cm. -Belhaven tales. Crow's nest. Una; and King David. By Mrs. Burton Harrison

New York, The century co., 1892. B H318 B10. 2290 4 p. I., 212 p. front., plates. 20cm.


A daughter of the South, and shorter stories. By Mrs. Burton Harrison New York, Cassell publishing company, 1892. B H318 D8.


281 p.


301 p.


-An edelweiss of the Sierras; Goldenrod and other tales. By Mrs. Bur. ton Harrison. New York, Harper & brothers, 1892. B H318 E8. 2292

209 p. 19cm. -Flower de Hundred; the story of a Virginia plantation. By Mrs. Burton Harrison ... New York, Cassell publishing company, 1890. B H318 F8.

2293 20cm. -The merry maid of Arcady; His lordship; and other stories. By Mrs. Burton Harrison . .. Boston, Lamson, Wolffe and company, 1897. B H318 M8.

2294 348 p.

front. 18cm. -Recollections grave and gay, by Mrs. Burton Harrison. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1911. C1 H3185 R31.

2295 4 p. 1., 3-386 p. 214 cm. -Richmond scenes in '62. E468 B33.

2296 (In Battles and leaders of the civil war. v. 2, p. 439-448) -A triple entanglement. By Mrs. Burton Harrison Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott company, 1899. B H318 T8.

2297 272 p. front. 19cm. -Virginia scenes in '61. E468 B33.

2298 (In Battles and leaders of the civil war. v. 1, p. 160-166) -Woman's handiwork in modern homes. By Constance Cary Harrison. With numerous illustrations and five colored plates from designs by Samuel Colman, Rosina Emmet, George Gibson, and others. Charles Scribner's sons, 1881.

2298a xii, 242 p. illus., front., plates partly col. 21cm. Harrison, Fairfax, 1869- Agricultural and industrial progress depends upon

prosperous railroads. An address before the Chamber of Commerce of Anderson, South Carolina, February 24, 1914 ... (Washington, 1914) HE1017 U5.

2299 4 p. 23cm. -Are we ready for industrial co-operation? An address before the State convention of the Indiana Y. M. C. A., Hammond, Ind., November 22, 1912. By Fairfax Harrison. [Chicago? 1912] HD2971 H3. 2300

10 D. 2242 cm. -Aris sonis focisque, being a memoir of an American family, the Harrisons of Skimino and particularly of Jesse Burton Harrison and Burton Norvell Harrison ... Edited by Fairfax Harrison from material col. lected by Francis Burton Harrison, and privately printed for them, 1910.

2301 413 p. 24cm. -The choice of Heracles; an address before the literary societies of Hampden-Sidney college, by Fairfax Harrison. June 10, 1913. [n. P., 1913] F218 24 H2 H3.

2302 14 p. 2342 cm. -Co-operation for the development of Latin-American trade. An address before the Chamber of Commerce of Mobile, Alabama, March 4, 1914 ..(Washington, 1914] HE1017 U5.

2303 6 p. 23cm.

Government ownership of the railways as unnecessary as it is undesirable. An address before the Conference on Southern problems, at the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, August 1, 1911, by Fairfax Harrison [Washington? D. C., 1911] HE1081 H3. 2304

1 p. l., 13 p. 23cm. -The ideal storehouse system. An address before the eleventh annual convention of the Railway storekeepers' association. Washington, D. C., May 18, 1914, by Fairfax Harrison, President, Southern Railway Co. [n, p. 1914]

2305 2 p. 23cm. -The independent woman. An address before the Alabama girls' techni. cal institute, Montevallo, Alabama, October 17, 1914.

2306 [4] p. 23cm. -The prejudice against the railways; an address before the Chamber of commerce, Lynchburg, Virginia, April 30, 1914 . . . [1914] HE1017 U5.

2307 7 p. 23cm. -Railroad co-operation in Southern agricultural development; an address before the Chamber of commerce, Selma, Alabama, March 3, 1914 . (Washington, 1914) HC107 A13 H31.

2308 8 p. 224 cm. -The school of Hellas; an address before the Virginia classical association, Richmond, Va., November 27, 1914 ... [1914] LC1011 H34.

2309 22 42 cm. -Selecting the roads to be improved. An address before the American road congress, Atlanta, Georgia, November 11th, 1914.

2310 [4] p. 23cm. -Some grounds for encouragement in the railway situation; an address before the Transportation club of Indianapolis, March 31, 1911, by Fair. fax Harrison ... [Washington? D. C., 1911) HE2757 1911 H3.

2311 1 p. 1., 9 p. 22 12 cm. -South American trade-An opportunity but not a special privilege. An address before the New Orleans association of commerce, New Orleans, Louisiana, December 3, 1914.

2312 8 p. 23cm. -The Southern railway belongs to the people of the South. An address before the Chamber of commerce of Chattanooga, Tennessee, January 20, 1914 .. [Washington, 1914] HE1017 U5.

2313 7 p. 224 cm.

16 p.

-A statesman's opportunity, an address before the Railway business asso. ciation, New York, N. Y., December 10, 1914 ... (New York? 1914] HE2757 1914 H3.


-Transportation efficiency. An address before the Washington traffic club, of Washington, D. C., Feb. 7, 1914 . . (Washington, 1914) HE1017 U5.

2315 [3] p. 23cm.

-What a railroad terminal means to a community. An address at a din. ner of the Board of commerce of Knoxville, Tennessee, January 17, 1914 ... [Washington, 1914] HE1017 U5.

2316 8 p. 23cm.

Harrison, Gessner, 1807-1862. An exposition of some of the doctrines of

the Latin grammar. By Gessner Harrison Charlottesville, Printed by James Alexander, 1839. PA2079 H29.

2317 2 v. 22 14 cm.

Library has pt. 1. -An exposition of some of the laws of the Latin grammar. By Gessner Harrison, Professor of ancient languages in the University of Virginia. New York, Harper & brothers, 1852. PA2079 H3.

2318 viii, 290 p. 20cm. -Notes of lectures on the geography of ancient Italy. By G. Harrison, M. D., Professor of ancient languages in the University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Printed by Moseley & Tompkins, 1835. DG30 H31.

2319 71 p. 2143 cm. A treatise on the Greek prepositions, and on the cases of nouns with which these are used. By Gessner Harrison, Professor of Latin in the University of Virginia. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1858. PA355 H3.

2320 xix, 498 p. 25cm. Harrison, Henry Sydnor. Angela's business. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin co., 1915. B H320 A5.

2321 375 p. front., plates. 1912 cm. -Captivating Mary Carstairs, by Henry Second. Boston. Boston, Small, Maynard & co. [c 1910] B H320 C4.

2322 viii, 346 p.

front. 19 12 cm. Queed; a novel . Boston, New York, Houghton Mifflin co., 1911. B H320 Q77.

2323 X, 430 P. 194 cm. Harrison, James Albert, 1848-1911. [Biographical sketch of Edgar Allan Poe,

with selections from his writings, by James A. Harrison and W. P. Trent]

2324 (In Alderman, E. A. Library of Southern literature. 1909, v. 9, p. 40794126) George Washington, patriot, soldier, statesman, first president of the United States. By James A. Harris Professor in the University of Virginia ... New York, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1906. Ci W318 H4.

2325 xxiii, 481 p. front. (port.), plates, ports. 1923 cm. Greek vignettes. A sail in the Greek seas, summer of 1877. By James Albert Harrison . Boston, Houghton, Osgood and comapny, 1878. DF725 H31.

2326 vi p., 1 1., 258 p. -A group of poets and their haunts. New York, Hurd & Houghton, 1875. PN164 H3.

2327 vi D., 1 I., 319 p. 18 cm. -Life and letters of Edgar Allan Poe. By James A. Harrison of the Uni. versity of Virginia. New York, Thomas Y. Crowell & co. [c 1903] ci P743 H4.

2328 2 v. fronts. (ports.), plates, ports. 20cm. New glimpses of Poe. By James A. Harrison, Professor in the Uni. versity of Virginia. New York and London, M. F. Mansfield & company, 1901. ci P743 H5.

2329 68 D. front. (port.), plates, ports, facsims. 2242 cm.

202 p.

-The story of Greece; by Prof. James A. Harrison. New York, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1895. DF215 H31.

2330 1 p. 1., xxviii, 515 p. front., plates. 20cm. Harrison, James P. Paper [before Virginia state bar association] by James

P. Harrison, of the Danville bar. Suggested changes in our judicial system.

2331 (In Virginia state bar association. 11th report 1899. p. 234-249) Harrison, Randolph. Circular to the people of Cumberland, Buckingham and Campbell. (no date) JK310 v. 31.

2332 8 p.

22cm. Harrison, Robert Lewis. (Biographical sketch of George Tucker, with selections from his writings, by Robert Lewis Harrison)

2333 (In Alderman, E. A. Library of Southern literature. 1909. v. 12, p. 55155537) Harrison, Walter. Pickett's men: a fragment of war history. By Walter

Harrison, A. A. and Inspector General of Pickett's division, Army of Northern Virginia. New York, D. Van Nostrand, 1870. E547 H32.

2334 front. (port.) pl. 19 cm. Harrisonburg, Va. Graded and high schools. Catalog.

2335 Library has 1898. Harrisonburg, State normal school for women, Normal bulletin.

2335a Library has v. 2, nos. 3, 4, May, Nov., 1910; v. 3, nos. 1, Jany., 1911; V. 4, nos. 1, 2, 4, Jan., Mar., Nov., 1912; v. 5, nos. 1, 2, 4, Jan., Mar., Nov., 1913; v. 6, nos. 1, 2, 4, Jan., Mar., Nov., 1914; v. 7, nos. 1, 3, Jan., May, 1915. -The Schoolma'am. Published annually by the students of the State normal school ... F218 24 H3 S3.

2336 Library has 1910-1915. Harrower, John. Diary of John Harrower, 1773-1776. E171 A57. 2337

(In American historical review. v. 6, no. 1. Oct., 1900. P. 65-107) Hart, Albert Bushnell. American history told by contemporaries Ed.

by Albert Bushnell Hart .. New York, London, The Macmillan co., 1901-02. E173 H32.

2338 4 v. 20 cm.

Contents.-V. 1. Era of colonization, 1492-1689.–V. 2. Building of the republic, 1689-1783.-v. 3. National expansion, 1783-1845.-v. 4. Welding of

the nation, 1845-1900. Hart, Charles Henry, 1847. Memoirs of the life and works of Jean Antoine

Houdon, the sculptor of Voltaire and of Washington, by Charles Henry Hart and Edward Biddle; with thirty-three illustrations. Philadelphia, Printed for the authors, 1911. NB553 H8 H2.

2339 3 p. l., V-xiii, 341, [1] p. 33. pl. (incl. front., ports.) 26 12 cm. -Peale's original whole-length portrait of Washington. A plea for exact. ness in historical writings. E172 A48.

2340 (In American historical association. Report, 1896. v. 1. p. 189-200) -Portraits of Patrick Henry; remarks before the Numismatic and antiquarian society of Philadelphia, April 17th, 1911. Philadelphia, Reprinted from Proceedings, 1913. C1 H523 H12.

2341 front., ports., facsim. 23cm. Hart, John. Advanced English grammar. [By] John Hart Richmond, Va., B. F. Johnson publishing co., 1898. PE1111 H422.

2342 19 cm.

5 p.

200 p.

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