Manchester, Va. Board of health. Annual report. F234 M2 B6. 3456 Library has 1906, 1908.

Mangold, F. Der feldzug in Nord-Virginien im August 1862. Von F. Mangold, major im Westfälischen fuss-artillerie-regiment no. 7. Hannover, Helwingsche verlagsbuchhandlung, 1881. E470 M27 3457

xii, 335 p. 3 fold. maps. 23cm.

Manly, Louise. Southern literature. From 1579-1895. A comprehensive review, with copious extracts and criticisms. For the use of schools and the general reader. Containing an appendix with a full list of Southern authors. By Louise Manly Richmond, Va., B. F. Johnson publishing company, 1895. PS261 M27.

514 p. illus. 20cm.


Mann, H. C. Historic Petersburg. Illustrated by H. C. Mann. [c1907] F234 P4 M2.

24 p. illus. 16 by 23cm.


Manning, C. P. Report of C. P. Manning, Chief engineer, of his experimental surveys of the Alexandria, Loudoun, and Hampshire railroad. From Alexandria to Piedmont. Made to the general meeting of the co., April 12, 1854. Alexandria, E. F. Tatsapaugh, printer, 1854.

27 p. 18 cm.


Mansfield, Edward D. Life and services of General Winfield Scott, including the siege of Vera Cruz, the battle of Cerro Gordo, and the battles in the Valley of Mexico, to the conclusion of peace, and his return to the United States With engravings. New York, A. S. Barnes & co., 1852. C1 S431 M3.


xi, [12]-538 p. front. (port.), plates, maps. 19cm. Manson, Otis Frederick, 1822-1888. A treatise on the physiological and therapeutic action of the sulphate of quinine. By Otis Frederick Manson... Richmond, Va., J. W. .Fergusson & son, 1882. RM666 C53


1 p. 1., 69 p. 23cm.


Reprint from Transactions of the Medical society of Virginia, 1882. Manufacturers' record, Baltimore, Md. Norfolk's industrial and commercial prosperity. Reprinted from Manufacturers' record, April 11, 1907. F234 N8 B6. 3463

Caption-title, xx p. 35cm.

Manufacturers' record, Baltimore. Perpetuation of local history in Virginia [with lists of portraits and memorials in Westmoreland, King and Queen, Essex, Lancaster, Mathews, Middlesex, Northumberland, Gloucester and King William counties] a description of the work of Judge T. R. B. Wright. F232 1 M294. 3464 Reprinted from the Manufacturers' record, Baltimore, Md., July 25,


13 P. 23cm.

Maphis, Chas. G. School equipment and standards of work as a condition of accrediting. A paper read before the Southern association of colleges and secondary schools, at Spartansburg, S. C., Nov. 15, 1912, by Chas. G. Maphis, Professor of secondary education, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Va., University of Virginia press, [n. d.] 3465

25 p. 22cm.

-A tentative report to the Virginia education commission on a mill tax for the educational system of the state. Charlottesville, The Michie co., printers, 1910.

F218 2 M29.


29 p. 23 cm.

Marcosson, Isaac F. [Biographical sketch of James Branch Cabell, with selections from his writings, by Isaac F. Marcosson]


(In Alderman, E. A. Library of Southern literature, 1909. v. 2, p. 609618)

Margaret academy, Onancock, Va. Catalog.


Library has 1894, 1895, 1897.

Marion female college, Marion, Va. Catalog.
Library has 1902, 1903.

Marion high school, Marion, Va. Catalog.

Library has 1889, 1892.

Marks, James J. The peninsular campaign in Virginia; or, Incidents and scenes on the battle-fields and in Richmond. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1864.


xx, 21-444 p. front., pl. 191⁄2 cm.

The marl region of Virginia. S21 A2.

By Rev. J. J. Marks, D.

E470 M34





(In U. S. Dept. of agriculture. Report, 1868. Marr, Fannie H. Heart-life in song. By Fannie H. Marr . Turnbull brothers, 1874. PS2366 M5 H4. 1874.

p. 389-395)

Baltimore, 3473

165 p. 181⁄2 cm.

-Heart-life in song. By Miss Fannie H. Marr

2d ed.

Va., J. W. Randolph & English and West, Johnston & co., 1883.
M5 H4. 1883.

Richmond, PS2366 3474

vii, [9]-183 p. 19cm.

PS2366 M5 V8.

viii, [9]-152 p. 19cm.

-Virginia and other poems. By Miss Fannie H. Marr
Sherman & co., 1881.

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Marshall, Charles, 1830-1902. Address of Col. Charles Marshall

the Va. division of the Army of northern Virginia, at their annual meeting, held at the Capitol in Richmond, Va., October 29, 1874. Richmond, Va., Gary's steam printing house, 1875. E547 M36. 3476

23 p. 231⁄2 cm.

-Address delivered before the Lee monument association at Richmond, Virginia, October 27th, 1887, on the occasion of laying the cornerstone of the monument to General Robert E. Lee. By Charles Marshall, a member of his staff. Published by request. Baltimore, J. Murphy & Co., 1888. C1 L480 M4.

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(In Battles and leaders of the civil war. v. 4. p. 747) Marshall, Harry T. A summary of studies of loco-weed disease of sheep. From the Johns-Hopkins hospital bulletin. v. 25. no. 282. August,


7 p. 231⁄2 cm.


Marshall, Humphrey, 1756-1841. The history of Kentucky. Exhibiting an account of the modern discovery; settlement; progressive improvement; civil and military transactions; and the present state of the country [2d ed.] Frankfort, G. S. Robinson, 1824. F451 M36 Office. 3480 2 v. 8 vo.


Marshall, John, 1755-1835. The constitutional decisions of John Marshall; ed. with an introductory essay, by Joseph P. Cotton, jr. [etc.] G. P. Putnam's sons, 1905. JK181 M32.

2 v. fronts. (v. 1; port.) 231⁄2 cm.

New York


-A history of the colonies planted by the English on the continent of North America, from their settlement, to the commencement of that war which terminated in their independence. By John Marshall. Philadelphia, A. Small, 1824. E188 M36. 3482 Originally published as an introduction to the author's Life of George Washington.

xv, [9]-486 p.


-Letter of John Marshall to James Wilkinson, 1787. E171 A57. 3483 (In American historical review. v. 12. no. 2. Jan. 1907. p. 346-348) -A letter of Marshall to Jefferson, 1783. E171 A57.


(In American historical review. v. 10. no. 4. July, 1905. p. 815-817) -Letters of John Marshall when envoy to France, 1797, 1798. E171 A57. 3485

(In American historical review. v. 2. no. 2. Jan. 1897. p. 294-306) -The life of George Washington, commander in chief of the American forces, during the war which established the independence of his country, and first president of the United States. Compiled under the inspection of the Honourable Bushrod Washington, from original papers

to which is prefixed, an introduction, containing a compendious view of the colonies planted by the English on the continent of North America, from their settlement to the commencement of that war which terminated in their independence. By John Marshall . . . Philadelphia, C. P. Wayne, 1804-07. C1 W318 M2L.

5 v. front. (port.) 21 cm. and atlas of 10 fold. maps, 22 p.


-The life of George Washington


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5 v. expanded to 10 by extra illustrations. -The life of George Washington, commander in chief of the American forces, during the war which established the independence of his country, and first president of the United States. Compiled under the inspection of the Honourable Bushrod Washington, from original papers bequeathed to him by his deceased relative. By John Marshall. 2d ed. rev. and corrected by the author. . . Philadelphia, James Crissy, 1832. C1 W318 M6.

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-Same. Philadelphia, Crissy & Markley, 1850.

2 v. front. (port.) 231⁄2 cm.


-Speech on the expediency of adopting the federal constitution delivered in the convention of Virginia, June 20, 1788. PS660 W7. 3489

(In Williston, E. B. Eloquence of the U. S. v. 1. p. 226-239) Marshall, Robert Bradford. . . . Results of spirit leveling in Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, 1896 to 1909, inclusive. R. B. Marshall, chief geographer. Work done in cooperation with the state of Maryland during the entire period and with the state of Virginia in part of 1908. QE75 B. 3490

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Results of spirit leveling in Virginia, 1900 to 1913, inclusive, R. B. Marshall, chief geographer; part of work since 1907 done in cooperation with state of Virginia through Virginia geological survey, T.

L. Watson, state geologist. Washington, Gov't. printing office, 1914. QE75


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Marshall, Thomas. Speech of Thomas Marshall in the House of delegates of Virginia, on the abolition of slavery. Delivered Friday, January 20, 1832. Richmond, Printed by T. W. White, 1832. F218 53 M361. 3492

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-The speech of Thomas Marshall, (of Fauquier) in the House of delegates of Virginia, on the policy of the state in relation to her colored population: delivered January 14, 1832 . . . Richmond, Printed by T. W. White, 1832. F218 53 M361.

12 p. 221⁄2 cm.

At head of title: Second edition of the Speech of Mr. Marshall. Martha Washington college, Abingdon, Va. Catalog.

Library has 1908, 1909.



Martin, Henry A. Jefferson as a vaccinator. By Henry A. Martin, M.D., Boston, Mass. Reprint from January [1881] number North Carolina medical journal. [1881] C1 J45 M4.

34 p. 23cm.

Martin, Joseph. Gen. Joseph Martin and the Cherokees.



(In Southern history association publications. v. 8. 1904. p. 443-450, & v. 9. 1905. p. 27-41)

-Letters from Joseph Martin to Patrick Henry.


(In Southern history association publications v. 6. 1902. p. 28-32) Martin, Joseph. A new and comprehensive gazetteer of Virginia, and the District of Columbia . To which is added a history of Virginia from its first settlement to the year 1754; with an abstract of events from that period to the independence of Virginia . By a citizen of Virginia [W. H. Brockenbrough] Charlottesville, J. Martin, 1835. M38.

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Martin, Thomas Staples. [A collection of miscellaneous circulars and pamph. lets published in the interest of Thomas S. Martin's candidacy for reelection to the United States Senate in 1911] C1 M379. 3499

-Remarks in the Senate June 21, 1911. Washington, Gov't. print. off., 1911. HF2651 W8 M3.

16 p. 24cm.


-Remarks upon his resolution requiring a further investigation in the Lorimer case in the Senate May 29 and June 1, 1911. Washington, Gov't. print. off., 1911. JK1189 61st I3 A4 1911a.


16 p. 24cm.

Martindale, Charles.

Loughery's defeat and Pigeon Roost massacre, with introductory sketch. By Charles Martindale. Indianapolis, The Bowen-Merrill company, 1888. E237 M37.

32 p. 241⁄2 cm.

v. 2. no. 4)


(Indiana historical society. Publications. Includes Report of committee on public lands, U. S. House of representatives, 1847, upon the claim of heirs of Archibald Loughery to lands granted by Virginia to Col. G. R. Clark and his officers and men.

Martinsville, Virginia. State normal institute. Announcements. Virginia

state normal institute, Martinsville, Va. June 22d to July 23rd, 1915.

32 p. 221⁄2 cm.


F218 24 M39. 3503

Mary Baldwin seminary, Staunton, Va. Catalog.
Library has 1897, 1906, 1907, 1909, 1910.

Mary Custis Lee chapter, U. D. C., Lexington, Va. Historic Lexington. [1907?] 3504

unp. illus. 30 by 25cm.

Mary Gertrude, pseud? Philip Randolph; a tale of Virginia. By Mary Gertrude. New York, D. Appleton & co., 1854. B P549 P2.

177 p. front. 151⁄2 cm.


Marye, Laurence S. [Biographical sketch of Daniel Bedinger Lucas, with selections from his writings, by Laurence S. Marye]


v. 7. p. 3267

(In Alderman, E. A. Library of Southern literature, 1909. 3282) Maryland. In the supreme court of the United States. The state of Maryland vs. the state of West Virginia. Original no. Bill in chancery. 3507 82 p. 22cm.


Maryland. Attorney general. Communication from the Attorney general [Josiah Bayly] relative to the suit of Maryland against Virginia. napolis, Wm. M'Neir, print., 1836. F221 1 T2.

38 p. 211⁄2 cm.


[Maryland. Commissioner on boundary with Virginia, 1858-1860] Southern boundary of Maryland. [Annapolis? 1860] F221 M26.


24 p. fold. map. 221⁄2 cm.

Thomas Jefferson Lee, commissioner.

Maryland. Commissioners to confer with commissioners of Virginia to adjust the boundary line, 1872. Report and journal of proceedings of the joint commissioners to adjust the boundary line of Maryland and Virginia . . Annapolis, W. T. Iglehart & co., 1874. F221 1 T2. 3510 344 p. 211⁄2 cm.

Maryland. General assembly, 1867. Joint committee to adjust and mark Eastern shore boundary. Report of the commissioners appointed by the legislatures of Maryland and Virginia to run and mark the division line between Maryland and Virginia, on the Eastern shore of Chesapeake bay. Printed by authority. Annapolis, Wm. Thompson of R., printer, 1868. F221 1 T2. 3511 36 p. 211⁄2 cm.

Maryland. Governor. Message of the governor of Maryland, communicating the report of the commissioners appointed to survey the river Potomac . . Annapolis, Printed by J. Hughes, 1822. 3512 92 p. 23cm.

The Maryland & Virginia almanac; or Washington ephemeris for the year of our Lord 1798. Calculated by Isaac Briggs . . . Green, English & Co. F224 A4. 3513

32 p. 19cm.

Mason, Emily V. Popular life of Gen. Robert Edward Lee. By Emily V. Mason. Dedicated by permission to Mrs. Lee. Illustrated with 17 original designs by Professor Volck . Baltimore, J. Murphy & co.,

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