Less than six weeks having been allowed for the revising, printing, and binding of this catalogue, it is not so free from error as it had been our desire to make it. It may readily be imagined what despatch has been necessary to complete the work in that length of time, and moreover we have labored under other disadvantages. On account of the State Printing Office being closed, the printing and proof-reading have been done in San Francisco, where it has not been possible to consult the books in case of doubt, which, as every one who has printed a catalogue knows, is very apt to arise. We had entertained different ideas in regard to the style of type, but owing to the very short time allowed for the printing, were obliged to adopt the style that could be employed most expeditiously. As this catalogue is supplementary to the Author's Catalogue published in 1889 we have followed the plan of that publication quite closely. There were then registered in the two departments of the State Library 77,000 volumes, which number has been increased to 106,500, exclusive of a number of pamphlets which have not yet been bound. We have herein recorded the volumes contained in the General Department.


Feb. 19, 1897.

State Librarian.




AARON, Eugene Murray. The butterfly hunters in the Caribbees. N. Y., 1894. pl. O.

ABAILARD or Abélard, Pierre, abbot of Ruys.

COMPAYRÉ, G. Abelard and the origin and early history of universities. N. Y., 1893. D. (Great educators.)

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ABBE, Cleveland. The mechanics of the earth's atmosphere: a collection of translations. Wash., 1893. O. (Smithsonian Inst. Misc. coll. v. 34.)

ABBON, monk of St.-Germain-des-Prés, Paris, surnamed Cernuus, or Le Courbé. Siége de Paris par les Normands, poéme. (In Col. des mém. rel. à l'hist. de France. s. 3., v. 6.)

ABBOT, Francis Ellingwood. The scientific method. (In Brooklyn Ethical Assoc. Evolution in science, philosophy, and art.)

ABBOT, Henry Larcom. Notes on mortars in harbor defence; March 3, 1869. (Essayons Club; printed papers, v. 1, no. 11.) Notes on the practical gauging of rivers; April 13, 1868. (Essayons Club; printed papers, v. 1, no. 2.)

ABBOT, Willis J. Battle fields and camp fires: a narrative of the principal military operations of the civil war, from the removal of McClellan to the accession of Grant, 1862-63. N.Y., [c. 1890]. il. O.

Battle-fields of '61: a narrative of the military operations of the war for the Union up to the end of the peninsular campaign. N. Y., [c. 1889]. pl. maps. sq. 0.

The naval history of the United States. N. Y., 1896. il. O. ABBOTT, A. C. Principles of bacteriology. Phil., 1894. i. D. ABBOTT, Charles Conrad. M. D. Bird-land echoes. Phil., 1896. il. D.

The birds about us. Phil., 1895. pl. D.

Recent rambles; or In touch with nature. Phil., 1892. il. D. Upland and meadows; a Poaetquissings chronicle. N. Y., 1886. D.

ABBOTT, Rev. Edwin Abbott.

The Anglican career of Cardinal

Newman. Lond., 1892. 2 v. 0.


MARTIN, S. E. The life and professional career of Emma Abbott.
Minneapolis, 1891. pors. O.

ABBOTT, Evelyn. A history of Greece (continuation); pt. 2. From the Ionian revolt to the thirty years peace, 500-445 B. C. N. Y., 1892. maps. plans. O.

Pericles and the golden age of Athens. N. Y., 1891.

(Heroes of the nations.)

pors. D.

ed. Heroes of the nations. N. Y., 1890-96. 9 v. D. For list see Heroes of the nations.

and Campbell, Lewis. Life and letters of Benjamin Jowett; master of Balliol College, Oxford. Lond., 1897. il. pors. 2 v. 0.

ABBOTT, James, capt. Narrative of a journey from Heraut to Khiva, Moscow, and St. Petersburgh during the late Russian invasion of Khiva; with some account of the court of Khiva and the kingdom of Khaurism. Lond., 1843. 2 v. por. map. 0.

ABBOTT, John Stevens Cabot. History of the civil war in America. Norwich, Conn., 1883. 2 v. pl. pors. maps. O. ABBOTT, Rev. Lyman. Christianity and social problems.

1897. S.

Education of women. (In Woman's book, v. 1.)


The evolution of Christianity. Bost. and N. Y., 1892. D.
Introduction. (In Campbell, Mrs. H. Knox, T: and Byrnes, T:
Darkness and daylight of New York life.)

Popular commentary on the gospels according to Matthew and
Mark. N. Y., etc., 1876. il. pl. map. 0.

Same; according to Luke and John. N. Y., etc., [c. 1879]. il.
pl. map. O.

Popular commentary on the New Testament; v. 3: Acts of the Apostles and the Epistle to the Romans. N. Y. and Chic., [c. 1888]. il. pl. maps. O.

ABBOTT, Stephen G. The First Regiment New Hampshire volunteers in the great rebellion. Keene, 1890. il. ABBOTT, Thomas Kingsmill, tr.


pors. O. Kant, I. Critique of practical

ABD AL-RAHMAN IBN AHMAD, Núr Al-Dín Abú Muhammad, called Al Jámí. Yusuf and Zulaikha; tr. from the Persian into English verse, by R. T. H. Griffith. Lond., 1882. O. (Trübner's orient. ser.)

ABDUL HAMID II. sultan of Turkey.

LUSIGNAN, A. de. The twelve years' reign of His Imperial Majesty
Abdul Hamid II, sultan of Turkey. Lond., 1889. pl. D.

ABDY, John Thomas. Feudalism; its rise, progress, and consequences. Lond., 1890. D.

ABELOUS, J. Émile. Recherches sur les microbes de l'estomac a l'etat normal et leur action sur les substances alimentaires. Paris, 1889. O.

ABER, Mary R. Alling-. An experiment in education; also the ideas which inspired it and were inspired by it. N. Y., 1897. D.


Register and chronicle of the Abbey of A. from the Harleian ms.; ed. by Sir H. Ellis. Lond., 1847. 23p. O. (In Camden Misc., v. 1. Camden Soc., v. 39.)

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