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ABBADIE (Jaques), Chemical Change in the Eucharist, trans. by J. W. Hamersley,
sm. 4to ABBEY (Charles J.) and OVERTON (J. H.), The English Church in the Eighteenth Century, 2 vol. 8vo
ABBON, Siége de Paris par les Normands.—Guizot, Coll. des Mém., VI.
ABBOT (W. G.), Connecticut.-Encyc. Brit., VI.
ABBOTSFORD CLUB Publications :
Warwick, Sir Guy of, and Rembrun his Son, Romances of.
ABBOTT (Edwin), A Concordance to the Works of Alexander Pope, with an Introduction by Edwin A. Abbott, D.D., 8vo
ABBOTT (Edwin A., D.D.), Gospels.-Encyc. Brit., X.
ABD-ALLATIF, Relation respecting Egypt.-Pinkerton's Voy., XV.
ABD-EL-KADER, Le Livre Intitulé: Rappel a l'Intelligent, avis a l'Indifférent,
ABDY (J. T.).-Kent.
ABEKEN (Bernard Rudolf), An Account of the Life and Letters of Cicero, trans. from the German by C. Merivale, 12mo
ABEL (Sir Frederick A.), Gun Cotton.-Encyc. Brit., XI.; Nitroglycerin, XVII.