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Attwell. “Pensées," from the French of Joubert. Translated by

Henry Attwell. Baker. *" The History of Rome," from the Latin of Livy. Translated

by George Baker. Bell. “ Homo Sum," from the German of Georg Ebers. Translated by

Clara Bell. Benedict. “Ninety-Three," from the French of Victor Hugo. Trans.

lated by Frank Lee Benedict. Benham. “The Imitation of Christ," from the Latin of Thomas à

Kempis. Translated by W. Benham. Bennett. “On the Heights," from the German of Auerbach. Trans.

lated by F. E. Bennett. Bohn. " Love and Intrigue,” from the German of Schiller. Translated

by Henry G. Bohn. Booth. Abdallah," from the French of Laboulaye. Translated by

Mary L. Booth. Bosanquet. See Melmoth and Bosanquet. Boylon. “The Sorrows of Werther," from the German of Goethe.

Translated by R. D. Boylon. Brooks.“ Titan," from the German of Richter. Translated by Charles

T. Brooks. Browne. "Ethics of Aristotle.” Translated from the Greek by Arch.

deacon Robert William Browne. Cary. "Herodotus," from the text of Baehr. Translated from the Greek

by Henry Cary. Clough. "Plutarch's Lives," from the Greek. A. H. Clough's revision

of Dryden's translation. Couper. “Letters to a Female Friend," from the German of Von Hum.

boldt. Translated by Catharine M. A. Couper. Durand. “The Ideal in Art," from the French of Taine. Translated

by John Durand. Edinonds. “Offices, or Moral Duties," from the Latin of Cicero. Trans.

lated by Cyrus Edmonds. Ellis. “On the Sensation of Tone as a Physiological Basis for the

Theory of Music," by Helmholtz. Translated from the German by

Alexander J. Ellis. Ewing, " Flower, Fruit, and Thorn Pieces," from the German of

Richter. Translated by Alexander Ewing. Gladwin. “The Gulistan," from the Persian of Saadi. Translated by

Francis Gladwin. Godwin. “Truth and Poetry," from the German of Goethe. Translated

by William Godwin. H. * Levana," from the German of Richter. Translated by A. H. Hapgood. Thoughts; Meditations of a Parish Priest," from the

French of Joseph Roux. Translated by Isabel F. Hapgood. Hazlitt. “Essays," from the French of Montaigne. Translated by

William Hazlitt. Hill. * Corinne," from the French of Mme de. Staël. Translated by

Isabel F. Hill. Horner. “Savonarola and His Times," from the Italian of Villari. Translated by Leonard Horner.

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Inglis. "Philobiblon, A Treatise on the Love of Books," from the

Latin of Richard Aungervyle (Richard de Bury), Bishop of Durham. 1344. Translated from the first edition, 1473, by J. B. Inglis. (Lon

don, 1832.) Jarvis. "Don Quixote," from the Spanish of Cervantes. Translated by

Charles Jarvis. Jowett. “ Works of Plato.” Translated from the Greek by Benjamin

Jowett. Kelly. "The Little Gypsy Girl," from the Spanish of Cervantes. Trans.

lated by Walter R. Kelly. King. " Plutarch's Morais: Theosophical Essays.” Translated from

the Greek by C. W. King, M.A. Kneeland. "A Philosophical Dictionary,” from the French of Vol.

taire. Translated by Abner Kneeland. Legge. “Works of Confucius and of Mencius." Translated from the

Chinese by James Legge, D.D. Lewes. “ Emilia Galotti," from the German of Lessing. Translated by

Charles Lee Lewes. Lockhart. “ Don Quixote," from the Spanish of Cervantes. Translated

by John G. Lockhart. Long. “Discourses with the Enchiridion, and Fragments from the

Greek of Epictetus." Translated by George Long. M'Crie. “Provincial Letters," from the French of Pascal. Translated

by Rev. Thomas M'Crie. Melmoth and Bosanquet. “Letters of Pliny the Younger." Trans

lated from the Latin by William Melmoth and F. C. T. Bosanquet. Motteux. See Urquhart and Motteux. Muller. “The Dhammapada," from the Hindu of Buddha. Translated

by Friedrich Max (Maximilian) Müller. Nugent. “The Spirit of Law," from the French of Montesquieu.

Translated by Thomas Nugent. Paley. “Greek Wit." Translated by F. A. Paley. Parsons. " Life of Beethoven,” from the German of Wagner. Trans

lated by Albert R. Parsons. Rafter. * History of the Restoration of Monarchy in France," from the

French of Lamartine. Translated by Capt. Rafter. Ramage. " The Jugurthine War," from the Latin of Sallust. Trans.

lated by Craufurd Tait Ramage. Riley. "Comedies of Plautus.' Translated from the Latin by Henry

Thomas Riley. Rowe. “Characters,” from the French of La Bruyère. Translated by

Nicholas Rowe. Runnion. “Graziella," from the French of Lamartine. Translated by

James B. Runnion. Shilleto. “Plutarch's Morals : Ethical Essays." Translated from the

Greek by Arthur Richard Shilleto. Smollett. ***Gil Blas," from the French of Le Sage. Translated by

Tobias Smollett. Snodgrass. “ Wit, Wisdom, and Pathos of Heine." Translated from

the German by J. Snodgrass. Stern, “Scintillations from the German of Heine." Translated by

S. A. Stern. Stewart. “Minor Dialogues," from the Latin of Seneca. Translated by

Aubrey Stewart. T. "Minna von Barnhelm,” from the German of Lessing. Translated

by E. R. T. Upton. “Memories," from the German of Max Müller. Translated by

George P. Upton. Urquhart. “Garagantua," from the French of Rabelais. Translated

by Sir Thomas Urquhart and Peter Motteux. Van Laun. “English Literature," from the French of Taine. Trans.

lated by H. Van Laun. Ward." Journal," from the French of Amiel. Translated by Mrs.

(Mary Augustus Arnold) Humphrey Ward.

Watson. "Conspiracy of Catiline," from the Latin of Sallust; "The

Jugurthine War," from the Latin of Sallust; “The Epistles to Julius (æsar, on the Government of the States," from the Latin of Pseudo.

Sallust. Translated by John Selby Watson. Wight. “Opuscules," from the French of Pascal; “Thoughts," from the

French of Pascal ; " Germany,” from the French of Mme. de Staël.

Translated by 0. W. Wight. Wilkins. "Heetopades ” (Hitopadesa), from the Sanscrit. Translated

by Sir Charles Wilkins. Williams. “ Paul and Virginia," from the French of St. Pierre. Trans.

lated by Helen Maria Williams. Worthington. “Émile," from the French of Rousseau. Translated by

Eleanor Worthington. Wraxall." Les Misérables, from the French of Victor Hugo. Trans.

lated by Lascelles Wraxall." Yonge. "Ora.ions of Cicero.” Translated from the Latin by C. D.

Yonge, B.A.

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ABILITY
Absence
Accidents
Achievement
Acquaintance
Acting
Action
Actors
Adaptability
Adequacy
Admiration
Advantage
Adversity
Advertisements
Advice
Affectation
Affection
Afternoon.
Age
Agony
Ambition
America
Amiability
Amity
Amusement
Ancestry
Anger
Angling
Anticipation
Antipathy.
Antiquarian
Antiquity
Anxiety
Apologies
Apostasy
Appetite
Applause
Appreciation
Apprehension
Arbiters
Archæology
Architecture
Argument
Aristocracy
Army, The
Art
Artists
Aspiration.
Assurance

PAORI

1 Atheists
1' Audacity
2. Augury,
2 Authority
2 Authors
2 Authorship
3 Autumn
4 Avarice
5! Aversion
5 Avocation
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6! BALLADS
6 Beards
6 Beauty
7 Beggars
8 Behavior
8 Belief
9 Bells.
9 Benevolence
9 Bible, The.
9. Bibliographers
12 Bibliophilism
12 Bigotry:
12 Biography
13 Birds.
13 Blessings
14 Blunderers
15 Blushes.
15 Boasting
15 Boldness
15 Books
15 Bores
16 Borrowing
16 Brains
16 Bravery
16 Bread
16 Bribery.
16! Buffoonery
16 Burdens
17, Business
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17 CALAMITY
18 Calumny
18 Candor
19 Caprice
19 Care.
24 Cause
28 Caution.
28 | Cemeteries

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28 Censure.
28 Chance
28 Change
28 Changeableness .
28 Character
37 Charity.
37 Chastity
37 Cheerfulness
39 Childhood.
39 | Children

Chivalry
39 Choice
39 Christianity
39 Christians.
43 Church, The
43 Circumstances
43 ('ities
43 Citizens.
43 Civilization
44 Cleanliness
45 Cleverness.
45 Clouds
46 Color.
46 Comfort
47 Commerce .
47 Common Sense
47 Communism.
47 Companionship
47 Comparison
47 Compassion
47 Compensation
59 Competency
60 Complaint.
60 Compliments
60 Conceit
61 Conclusion
61 Condition.
61 Confidence
61 Congeniality
61 Conscience

Consecration
61 Consistency
61 Constancy
62 Contamination
62 Contempt
62 Contention
63 Contentment.
63 Conversation
64 Conviction

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