88 p.

16 p.

14 p.

(Woodward, Augustus Brevoort] d. 1827. Considerations on the government

of the Territory of Columbia; as they recently appeared in the National intelligencer, under the signature of Epaminondas (pseud.) Washington, Printed for the author, by S. H. Smith, 1801. F197 189. 6667 18

p. 22x17122 cm. -The presidency of the United States by A. B. Woodward. Washington city, Pub. by Derick Van Veghten, 1825. JK310

V. 36.

6668 24cm. Woodward, W. Elliot. A list of Washington memorial medals. By W. Elliot Woodward. Privately printed, 1865. C1 W318 W52.

6669 26cm. Wool, John E. Africans in Fort Monroe military district. March 25, 1862. JK310 V. 42.

6670 24cm.

(U. s. 37th Cong. 2d session. House executive document 85) Wool, Theodore J. Address of Theodore J. Wool, delivered before the

student body of Hampden-Sidney college, at the opening exercises of the college, September 14th, 1910. Portsmouth, Va., W. A. Fiske, printer, 1911. F218 24 H2 W9.

6671 22 42 cm. Woolfolk, C. W. Directory of the counties of Orange, Louisa, Albemarle, Cul.

peper and Spotsylvania. Comp. and for sale by C. W. Woolfolk, Orange, Va., W. J. Daniel, Bibb's, Va. 1895. [Richmond, Va., Ware & Duke, general printers, 1895]

6672 1, 267 p. 23cm. -Orange County directory. Comp. and for sale by C. W. Woolfolk, Orange, Va. 1894. Lynchburg, Va., J. P. Bell co., book, job and commercial printers, 1894.

6673 224 cm. Worcester County, Mass. Law library. Numbering tables; Kentucky, Louisi

ana, Tennessee, Virginia state reports. Worcester, Mass., The Commonwealth press, 1907.

6674 7 p. 23cm.

21 p.

60 p.

Word, Charles Parke. Names of 1350 of our deceased relatives and friends,

most of whom I knew personally. Recorded from memory mond, Va., J. W. Randolph & English, publishers, 1887.

6675 19 cm.

... Rich

48 p.

Wormeley, Carter W. Poems, by Carter W. Wormeley

New York, Broadway publishing company [1904] PS3545 073.

6676 1 p. l., iv, 73 p. front. (port.) 1942 cm. [Wormeley, Mary Elizabeth] Recollections of Ralph Randolph Wormeley,

Rear-admiral, R. N. Written down by his three daughters [Elizabeth Wormeley, Katherine Prescott Wormeley, Ariana Randolph Wormeley] New York, The Nation press, 1879. ci W928 W62.

6677 geneal. chart. 22 42 cm. Contains genealogical notes of the Wormeley family. Worsham, John H. One of Jackson's foot cavalry; his experience and what

he saw during the war 1861-1865, including a history of "F company," Richmond, Va., 21st regiment Virginia infantry, Second brigade, Jack. son's division, Second corps, A. N. Va., by John H. Worsham . . . New York, The Neale publishing companyy, 1912. E581 5 21st. 6678

front., plates, ports. 21cm.

118 p.

353 p.

19 p.

Wortham, T. M. The Virginia militiaman Paper read by Captain T. M.

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6679 23 14 cm. Wren, Margaret Breckinridge. Echoes from the heart. Richmond, Va., Whittet & Shepperson, 1887. PS3364 W8 E1.

6680 259 p. 1912 cm. Wright, John. Historic Bibles in America. By John Wright, D. D., LL. D. . . New York, Thomas Whittaker, [1905]

6681 2 p. l., 222 p. front. (col. facsimile), plates (facsimiles). 22cm.

"Bibles owned by the presidents of the United States and their families." p. 27-57.

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Wright, Marcus Joseph. Anecdotes of Gen. Winfield Scott.

6682 (In Southern history association publications.

1900. p. 187-198) General Scott, by General Marcus J. Wright. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1897. Ci S431 W95.

6683 xii p., 1 1., 349 p. front. (port.) 5 maps. 19 12 cm.

-Lafayette's campaign in Virginia, April-Oct. 1781.

(In Southern history association publications. v. 9. 261-271)

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The trial and execution of John Brown. E172 A49.

6685 (In American historical association. Papers. V. 4, no. 4. 1890. p. 439452)

Wright, Paul. The new and complete life of our blessed Lord and Saviour

Jesus Christ: containing an authentic and full account of all the wonder. ful transactions, sufferings and death of our glorious redeemer. With the lives, acts and sufferings of his holy apostles, evangelists, disciples &c. Including the lives of St. John the Baptist, the Virgin Mary, and many other eminent persons and primitive christians, not to be found in any other work of this kind. By Paul Wright, D. D. Winchester, Va., Published by J. F. Archbold, J. Foster, printer, 1816.

6686 vii, [9]-512 p.

22cm. Wright, R. W. Richmond since the war.

6687 (In Scribner's monthly. v. 14, 1877. p. 303) (Wright, Thomas Roane Barnes] Perpetuation of local history in Virginia. Written for the Manufacturers' record [Baltimore, 1907] 6688

23cm. Lists of memorial portraits by counties printed from T. R. B. Wright's manuscript copy.


15 p.

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Westmoreland County, Virginia ... A short chapter and bright day in its history; addresses delivered by Lawrence Washington, esq., Rev. Randolph Harrison McKim and Rev. George Wm. Beale at Montross, Va., May 3, 1910 Richmond, Va., Whittet & Shepper. son, printers, 1912. F232 W5 W9.

6689 153, xi p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 23cm. On cover: Compiled by T. R. B. Wright.

A compilation of extracts from various sources, on the history, etc., of Virginia, principally of Westmoreland County. Wynne, Thomas H. Bibliography of the Virginia historical society. [By] T. H. W., Richmond, Va. E171 H64.

6690 (In The historical magazine. v. 7.

1870. p. 340-342)

2d ser.


-Catalogue of the rare, curious and valuable library, collected by the late Hon. Thos. H. Wynne, of Richmond, Va., late corresponding secretary of the Virginia historical society. Comprising books in the most de. sirable departments of literature . . especially rich in works relating to the history of Virginia, and in the local history of, and in ephemeral tracts emanating from and relating to his native city, Richmond, Va., and in Confederate States printed, and in books relating to the late war. To be sold at auction, in the city of Richmond, Va., commencing 1875, by J. Thompson Brown ... [n, d.) Z997 W98.

6691 158 p. 2342 cm. -Seals of the city of Richmond, Va.

6692 (In The New-England historical and genealogical register. v. 27. 1873. P. 65-69) Wytheville, Va., Academy of the Visitation. Catalog.

6693 Library has 1903, 1905. Wytheville seminary, Wytheville, Va. Catalog.

6694 Library has 1890. X. Q. C. Who? which ? and what? A story. By X. Q. C. Richmond, Va., West, Johnston, & co., 1885.

6695 1 p. l., [9]-77 p. 20cm. Yale law journal. John Marshall anniversary number ... March, 1901.

6696 Contents: John Marshall [by) Francis M. Finch. Celebration of John Marshall day in Connecticut, Feb. 4, 1901 [with addresses by] Charles

E. Perkins, Simeon E. Baldwin, N. Shipman and others. C1 N368 Y17. Yate, Ferdinando. Yate's account of a voyage to Virginia in 1619. Z881 N6 B.

6697 (In New York public library. Bulletin. v. 1.

no. 2. Feb., 1897. p. 68-72) Yates, Abner, Descendants of Michael Yates, by his sons, Abner and John.

6698 chart. 72 72 x95cm. Yates-Fisher school directories. Pennsylvania, Virginia, District of Columbia. 1911. [Chicago, the Yates-Fisher teachers' agency, 1911?] 6699

96 p. 17cm. Yellow fever: a compilation of various publications. Results of the work of Maj. Walter Reed, Medical corps, United States Army and the Yellow fever commission .. Washington, Gov't, print, off., 1911. RC206 Y5.

6700 front., illus., ports. diagrs. 23cm. (U. S. 61st Cong., 3 sess. Senate Doc. 822) Yelverton home school for girls, The Plains, Va. Catalog.

6701 Library has 1876. Yerger, Jacob S. Decision of Judge Jacob S. Yerger, on the stay law. De

livered at the December term of the circuit court of Warren County. [n. p.), Printed at the Daily herald book and job office, 1866. 6702


250 p.

12 p.

Yonge, Samuel H. The site of old "James Towne,” 1607-1698. A brief his.

torical and topographical sketch of the first American metropolis, illustrated with original maps, drawings and photographs, by Samuel H. Yonge, Richmond, Va., Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, 1904.

6703 1 p. l., 86 p. front., plates, fold. map. plans, 8vo.

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151 p.

-The site of old “James Towne," 1607-1698. A brief historical and topographical sketch of the first American metropolis, Illustrated with original maps, drawings and photographs, by Samuel H. Yonge Tercentenary ed. Richmond, Va., The Hermitage press, inc., 1907. F234 J6 Y58.

6704 front., illus., plates, ports., fold, map, plans, facsim. 2342 cm. Yorktown: an historical romance. In two volumes. Boston, Wells and Lilly. (no date] B Y663.

6705 2 v. 17cm.

Library has v. 1. [Yost, Samuel M.] Beautiful Thorn rose. Staunton, Va., Press of the valley printing corporation, 1911. F234 S798 B33,

6706 [24] p. illus. Young, C. H. Virginia constitutional convention of 1829. [By] C. H. Young.

6707 (In The Joh P. Branch historical papers, of Randolph-Macon college. v. 1. no. 2. June, 1902. p. 100-110) Young, Mary Stuart, “Mrs. Louis G. Young.” The Griffins; a colonial tale. By Mary Stuart Young. New York and Washington, The Neale pub. B Y774 G8.

6708 182 p. 19cm. Young & co.'s business and professional directory of Richmond, Norfolk,

Petersburg and surrounding towns. 1899, 1900. Richmond, Va., Williams printing co.

6709 303 P.

23cm. Yust, William Frederick. The Louisville free public library; an address be

fore the Richmond, Virginia, education association, March 5, 1912, by William F. Yust ... Louisville, Ky., 1912. 2733 L895 Y. 6710

11, (1) p. 19 42 cm.

Co., 1904.

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