-The Kuskarawaokes of Capt. John Smith.


(In American anthropologist. v. 6. 1893. p. 409-414)

-The Powhatan name for Virginia.


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(In American anthropologist. Torrence, William Clayton. This chart has been compiled from Berkeley family Bibles, the registers of Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, and Christ Church, Middlesex, the Va. magazine of history and biography, the William and Mary quarterly, Stanards' Colonial Virginia register, and records of C. C. Berkeley and F. L. Berkeley, and is issued in an edition of 50 copies, 16 March 1912. William Clayton Torrence. [Richmond, 1912] 5586 chart. 692 by 114cm.

-Rootes of Rosewall. An account of Major Philip Rootes of "Rosewall," King and Queen County, Virginia, and some of his descendants. By William Clayton-Torrence.

[6], 80 p. front. (coat of arms), plates, ports. 29 cm.


A trial bibliography of colonial Virginia. 1607-1754. Special report of the Department of bibliography, William Clayton-Torrence, bibliographer. Richmond, D. Bottom, supt. of public printing, 1908.

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A trial bibliography of colonial Virginia (1754-1776) Special report of the Department of bibliography, William Clayton-Torrence, bibliographer. Richmond, D. Bottom, supt. of public printing, 1910.

94 p. 24cm.

(In Virginia state library. 6th report. 1909)


Torrey, Bradford. A world of green hills. Observations of nature and human nature in the Blue Ridge. By Bradford Torrey. Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin & company, 1898.

2 1., 285 p. 18cm.
Virginia: p. 143-282.


A tour through part of Virginia, in the summer of 1808. In a series of letters, including an account of Harper's Ferry, the Natural Bridge, the new discovery called Weir's Cave, Monticello, and the different medicinal springs, hot and cold baths, visited by the author. New-York, Printed for the author, 1809. F230 T727 Office. 5591

31 p. 21cm.

Variously attributed to S. L. Mitchill, Joseph Caldwell (Cushing, Anonyms, 1889, p. 677) and to T. Caldwell. cf. Sabin, Bibl. amer., no. 9917) Library of Congress note.

Tower, Charlemagne. The Charlemagne Tower collection of American colonial laws. Privately printed for the Historical society of Pennsyl vania, 1890. Z1237 T73.


298 p. 29cm.
Virginia: p. 253-264.

-The Marquis de La Fayette in the American revolution; with some account of the attitude of France toward the war of independence. By Charlemagne Tower, Jr., LL. D. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott co., 1895. C8 L161 T53. 5593

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The town and country almanack for the year of our Lord 1806 . . . The astronomical calculations by John Alexander of Prince George's county, Maryland. Alexandria, printed by Cottom and Stewart and sold at their book-stores in Alexandria and Fredericksburg [1805] F224 A4. 5594

36 p. 19cm.

Townsend, George Alfred. Tales of the Chesapeake, by George Alfred Townsend "Gath" New York, American news company, 1880. B T3.

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Townsend, Harry C. Townsend's diary; last months of the war, Jan.-May, 1865. Richmond, W. E. Jones, 1907. E605 T74.

31 p.

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Reprinted from Southern historical society papers. Townsend, Virginia F. Life of Washington. By Virginia F. Townsend. Illustrated. New York, Worthington co., 1887. 5597

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Travelers' protective association of America. Virginia division, Travelers' protective association of America. Virginia division. Historical review of the T. P. A. since date of organization. Industrial and commercial history of Virginia . . . [1913] 5598

176 p. illus. (ports.) 27cm.

Traylor, Robert Lee. Some notes on the first recorded visit of white men to the site of the present city of Richmond, Virginia. Saturday and Sunday, May 23 and 24, 1607. A paper read at a meeting of the Association for the preservation of Virginia antiquities held at "Laburnum," June 10, 1899. By Robert Lee Traylor. Richmond, Va., Privately printed, 1899. F233 39 T786.

20 p. 201⁄2 cm.


A treaty held with the Catawba and Cherokee Indians, at the Catawba-Town and Broad-River, in the months of February and March 1756. By virtue of a commission granted by the Honorable Robert Dinwiddie, esquire, His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, to the Honorable Peter Randolph and William Byrd, esquires, members of His Majesty's Council of the said colony. Published by order of the governor. Williamsburg, Printed by W. Hunter. 1756. [Reprint]


(In Virginia magazine of history and biography. v. 13, no. 3. January, 1906. p. [225]-264)

Trent, William. Journal of Captain William Trent from Logstown to Pickawillany A. D. 1752. Now published for the first time from a copy in the archives of the Western reserve historical society, Cleveland, Ohio, together with letters of Governor Robert Dinwiddie; an historical notice of the Miami confederacy of Indians; a sketch of the English post at Pickawillany, with a short biography of Captain Trent and other papers never before printed. Ed. by A. T. Goodman, Cincinnati, For W. Dodge, 1871. F516 T79. 5601

iv, [5]-117 p. 8 vo.

Trent, William Peterfield. The authority of criticism, and other essays, by William P. Trent . . . New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1899. PN85 T79.

ix p., 1 1., 291 p. 20cm. -The case of Josiah Philips.

E171 A57.



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141 p. 241⁄2 cm.


(Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and political science . 7th ser. v-vi)

-Greatness in literature, and other papers

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A history of the United States, by Charles Kendall Adams . . . and William P. Trent Rev. ed. Boston and Chicago, Allyn and Bacon,

c 1909. E178 1 A22.

xxiii, 606 p. incl. front. (port.) illus. maps. 191⁄2 cm.

-Longfellow, and other essays [1910] PN511 T7 L8.

4 p. 1., 244 p. 20cm.


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New York, T. Y. Crowell & company


-Notes on recent work in Southern history. A paper read before the Vir-
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F225 V82.

(In Virginia historical society. Collections. ser. v. 11. p. [47]-59)

5608 Richmond, 1892. new

-Notes on the outlook for historical studies in the South. E172 A49. 5609

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xviii, 11., 135 p. front. (port.) 141⁄2 cm. -Southern statesmen of the old régime, Washington, Jefferson, Randolph, Calhoun, Stephens, Toombs, and Jefferson Davis. By William P. Trent, M. A. New York, Thomas Y. Crowell & co., [c 1897] C01 T795. 5611

xv p., 1 1., 293 p. front. (port.), plates. 20cm. -Southern writers; selections in prose and verse, ed. by W. P. Trent New York etc., The Macmillan company, 1905. PS551 T7.


xx, 524 p. 20cm.

-William Gilmore Simms. By William P. Trent. Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1892. C1 S592 T65.


viii, 1 1, 351 p. front. (port.) 18cm.

-Writings of the faculty of the University, 1825-1887. By William P. Trent. F218 24 U5 A21.

5614 (In Adams, Herbert B. Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia. p. 218-225)

Triplett, William H. The laws and mechanics of circulation, with the principle involved in animal movement. By Wm. H. Triplett . . . New York, J. H. Vail & co., 1885. QP101 T83.


xviii, 510, xix-xxiii p. illus. 24cm.

The tri-state business directory of Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina and District of Columbia for 1914. Baltimore, Md., Maryland and tristate business directory co., 1914.


Tri-state medical association of the Carolinas and Virginia. Transactions of the annual session. R15 T81.


Library has 1899-1911.

Troubetzkoy, Amélie (Rives), princess. According to St. John. By Amélie Rives .. New York, Lovell, Coryell & co. [1891] B T859 A8.


[iii], [3]-352 p. front. (port.) plates. 19cm. -Athelwold. By Amélie Rives. New York, Harper and brothers, 1893. PS3089 T9 A8. 5619

4 p. 1., 118 p. 8 pl. (incl. front.) 18cm. -Augustine the man, by Amélie Rives (Princess Troubetzkoy) with a frontispiece from a drawing by the Marchioness of Granby. London, J. Lane, New York, J. Lane company, 1906. PS3089 T9 A9.

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-A brother to dragons and other old-time tales. By Amélie Rives. New York, Harper & brothers, 1888.

4 p. 1., 230 p. -A damsel errant.

191⁄2 cm.

by Violet Oakley.

211 p.


By Amélie Rives (Princess Troubetzkoy) Illustrated
Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. B T859 D8.

front. plates. 161⁄2 cm.


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-Pan's mountain. New York, London, Harper & bros., 1910. B T859 P19.

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-Seléné [poem] by Amélie Rives, Princess Troubetzkoy. New York and London, Harper & brothers, 1905.

3 p. 1., 88, 1 p. 20cm.

PS3089 T9 S4.


-Tanis, the sang-digger. By Amélie Rives. New York, Town topics pub.
Co., 1893.
B T859 T8.

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2 p. 1., 222 p. front., illus., plates. 191⁄2 cm. -The witness of the sun. By Amélie Rives. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott co., 1889. B T859 W8.

2 p. 1., 7-248 p. front. (port.) 19cm.


with four

-World's-End, by Amélie Rives (Princess Troubetzkoy) illustrations by Alonzo Kimball. New York, Frederick A. Stokes company [1914] B T859 W5.


3 p. 1., 425 p. front., plates. 191⁄2 cm. Trowbridge, J. T. The South: a tour of its battlefields and ruined cities, a journey through the desolated states, and talks with the people; being a description of the present state of the country-its agriculture, railroads, business and finances, giving an account of Confederate misrule . . including visits to patriot graves and rebel prisons, and embracing special notes on the free labor system, education and moral elevation of the freedman, also on plans of reconstruction and inducements to emigration. From personal observations and experience during months of

Southern travel, by J. T. Trowbridge . . . Hartford, Conn., L. Stebbins, 1867. F211 T86.

xiii, [1], [15]-590 p. front., maps, plates. 22cm.


A true relation of a sea fight betweene two great and well appointed Spanish ships, or men of warre; and an English ship, called the Margaret and John, or the Black Hodge, going for Virginia. G159 P8. 5632

(In Purchas his pilgrimes. London, 1625. v. 4. p. 1780-1782) Trumbull, J. Hammond. Indian names in Virginia. By Hon. J. Hammond Trumbull, president of the Connecticut historical society.

(In The historical magazine. 1870. p. 47-48)

5633 Second series. v. 7. no. 1. January,

on seizure of arsenals at Har

Trumbull, Lyman, 1813-1896. Remarks per's Ferry, Va., and Liberty, Mo., and in vindication of the Republican party and its creed, in response to Senators Chesnut, Yulee, Saulsbury, Clay, and Pugh. Delivered in the U. S. Senate, December 6, 7, and 8, 1859. Washington, Buell & Blanchard, 1859. JK310 v. 3. 5634

16 p. 22cm.

Tuckahoe Baptist association. Minutes of the 11th annual session of the Tuckahoe Baptist association of Virginia held with the St. James Baptist church of Powhatan Co., Va. Sept. 13th and 14th, 1905. . . Richmond, Va., Planet print, 1905. 5635

[18] p. 211⁄2 cm.

Tucker, Beverley Dandridge. Confederate memorial verses. Norfolk, Burke & Gregory, printers, n. d. PS3539 U17 C7.

36 p. 22cm.


"Published by the Pickett-Buchanan chapter, United daughters of the Confederacy."

-My three loves: the poems of Beverley Dandridge Tucker
York and Washington, The Neale pub. co., 1910.


PS3539 U17 M9


106 p. 19cm.

[Tucker, George] 1775-1861. Defence of the character of Thomas Jefferson, against a writer in the New York review and quarterly church journal. By a Virginian. New York, Printed by W. Osborn, 1838. C1 J45 T89. 5638

46 p. 22cm.

-A discourse on the progress of philosophy, and its influence on the intellectual and moral character of man; delivered before the Virginia historical and philosophical society, February 5, 1835. By George Tucker, professor of moral philosophy in the University of Virginia.

(In Southern literary messenger. v. 1. p. 405-421)


-Essays on various subjects of taste, morals and national policy.
citizen of Virginia. Georgetown, D. C., J. Milligan, 1822.

By a

PS3095 T8 5640

[iii]-xi p., 1 1., 360 p. 211⁄2 cm.

-The history of the United States, from their colonization to the end of the Twenty-sixth Congress, in 1841. By George Tucker. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1856-57. E178 T89.

4 v. 8 vo.


The laws of wages, profits, and rent, investigated. By George Tucker Philadelphia, E. L. Carey & A. Hart, 1837. HB161 T88. 5642 x, 189 p. 1 1. 19cm.


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