Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 18

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New York Public Library., 1914 - Bibliography
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Includes its Report, 1896-1945.
 

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Page 493 - Burton.— The History of Scotland, from the Revolution to the Extinction of the last Jacobite Insurrection (1689—1748).
Page 402 - Lives of the Queens of Scotland, and English Princesses connected with the Regal Succession of Great Britain.
Page 530 - The letter of Columbus on the Discovery of America. A Facsimile of the Pictorial edition, with a New and Literal Translation and a Complete Reprint of the Oldest Four Editions in Latin.
Page 55 - An Act for the Amendment and better Administration of the Laws relating to the Poor in England and Wales," and by all other Acts amending the same, do hereby (a) See this Schedule, post.
Page 24 - For the year 1889-1890. 8. A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE REBELLION (1745). With a Preface by the EARL OF ROSEBERY. Presented to the Society by the Earl of Rosebery. 9. GLAMIS PAPERS: The ' BOOK OF RECORD,' a Diary written by PATRICK, FIRST EARL OF STRATHMORE, and other documents (1684-89).
Page 52 - Victoria, cap. 83), intituled " an Act to make provision for the better government and discipline of the Universities of Scotland, and improving and regulating the course of study therein ; and for the Union of the Two Universities and Colleges of A herd pen".
Page 147 - Williams, John. An account of some remarkable ancient ruins, lately discovered in the Highlands, and northern parts of Scotland; in a series of letters to GCM Edinburgh: William Creech, 1777.
Page 40 - A Large Declaration concerning The Late Tumults in Scotland from their first originalls : Together with a particular deduction of the seditious practices of the prime Leaders of the Covenanters : Collected out of their owne foule acts and writings : By which it dothplainly appeare, that Religion was onely pretended by those Leaders, but nothing lesse intended by them.
Page 70 - A view of the silver coin and coinage of England from the Norman conquest to the present time, considered with regard to type, legend, sorts, rarity, weight, fineness, and value.
Page 54 - Quebec respectively otherwise provide, all laws which at the union are in force in those provinces respectively, relative to the following matters or any of them, namely : the qualifications and disqualifications of persons to be elected or to sit or vote as members of the assembly...

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