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Boys' Institute of Industry. Forty-one volumes for Station S. Charles P. Bowditch. Manuscript list dated January 22, 1772, ‘‘ of all that have been and still are members of this Fire Club : Instituted March 5th 1753 '' (Boston); also his “On the age of Maya ruins.” Allen A. Brown. One hundred and eighty-three volumes for the collection of music. Dr. Francis H. Brown. Seventy volumes of miscellaneous literature. The Earl of Crawford and Balcarres. The continuation of Bibliotheca Lindesiana. Collations and notes. No. 6. Miss Susan E. Daggett, through Rev. Dr. George A. Gordon. Manuscript note book of Thomas Prince, for deposit in the Prince Library. Col. Charles W. Folsom. One hundred and thirty-seven volumes, chiefly material relating to the Civil War, for the Twentieth Regiment Collection. Mrs. E. G. Gay. One hundred and forty-six volumes, miscellaneous literature. Kaiserliches Patentamt. Ten thousand six hundred and sixtyone numbers of Patentschriften. Charles E. Goodspeed. Letters of Hugh, Earl Percy, from Boston and New York, 1774–1776. Boston, Goodspeed, 1902; and Thoreau, The service; edited by F. B. Sanborn. Boston, Goodspeed, 1902. (No. 288 of a limited edition of 520 copies.) Great Britain Patent Office. One hundred and forty-nine volumes of specifications and drawings. Grier, William D. One hundred and forty-seven volumes of miscellaneous English literature. Grover, Rev. R. B. Sixty-six volumes of miscellaneous English literature. Augustus Hemenway. The Essayes or Morall, Politike and Militaire Discourses of Lo: Michaell de Montaigne . . . First written by him in French and now done into English. By John Florio. London, 1603. This is the first English edition and of especial interest to Shakespeare scholars. The copy is in excellent preservation in a modern Levant morocco binding by Alfred Matthews. It is said to have belonged to King James I. of England, and has his autograph signature on the title-page, and a verse in the autograph of the king inserted in one of the fly leaves. Mr. Hemenway also subscribed for a copy, for the Library, of the “ Investigations at Assos,” published under the auspices of the Archaeological Institute of America. Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Fifty-one volumes relating to the history of woman, for the Galatea collection. Archer M. Huntington. Thirteen volumes, fac-similes of rare Spanish works, from originals in Mr. Huntington’s library. The Secretary of State for India, seven volumes. W. Alleyne Ireland. A valuable card catalogue consisting of about twenty-five hundred titles of magazine articles relating to colonization.

Mrs. Henry P. Kidder. Seventy-five volumes, among them Winsor's Memorial History of Boston, four volumes; Sparks’ Works of Benjamin Franklin, nine volumes; and Drake's Town of Roxbury. Thomas E. Kirby. Illustrated catalogue of the art and literary property collected by the late Henry G. Marquand. (Two hundred and fifty copies printed.) George B. Knapp. A collection of 145 medals and coins belonging to the late Arthur Mason Knapp, and supplementing an earlier gift of medals. Thomas W. Lawson. Two copies of The Lawson History of the America’s cup ; a record of fifty years. Boston (privately printed), 1902; with portraits, plates, maps, and plans. Mrs. John A. Lewis. Major John Mason’s A Brief History of the Pequot War. Boston, 1736. A heautiful copy in a modern Levant morocco binding. Although published almost a hundred years after the events narrated, the work is of the first edition, printed from the original manuscript, and edited by Thomas Prince. To be added to the John A. Lewis collection. Duc de Loubat. Codex Fejérváry-Mayer. Fac-simile of an old Mexican picture manuscript in the Liverpool Free Public Museum. Codex Vaticanus, No. 3773. Eine altmexikanische Bilderschrift der Vaticanischen Bibliothek. Erläutert von Dr. Edward Seler. The Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (under the law enacted by the Legislature). The Massachusetts Vital Records, as far as published (seven towns). Issued under the auspices of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Estate of Caroline D. Murdoch. Two hundred and thirty volumes, including a number of early Boston almanacs, school books, histories, etc. Charles K. Needham. Autograph letter from Daniel Webster to Edgar Needham, June 26, 1838, relating to a speech made by Webster in Faneuil Hall in 1826. New England Methodist Historical Society. Six hundred and twenty-two volumes chiefly relating to Methodism, and containing some sets of periodicals. Mrs. Humphry Ward, Tring, England. Two copies of “Milly and Olly,” for the Children’s Room. * Samuel D. Warren. A descriptive catalogue of paintings, pastels and water-colors collected by the late Mrs. S. D. Warren of Boston. Édition de luxe. A catalogue of Oriental and European porcelain and pottery, belonging to the late Mrs. S. D. Warren. Edition de luxe. Miss Lilian Whiting. Eighty volumes, including Schlosser's History of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, eight volumes, Letters and Correspondence of John Henry Newman, Life of Cardinal Manning, etc.

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From Andrew Carnegie, through Mr. Thomas Wentworth Higginson, for the purchase of books for the

Galatea Collection, the sum of . o e . $100 00 From Mrs. John A. Lewis, for the purchase of books, the sum of . e o & © e o . 172 63.


Abramson, William . . . . . 1 Photograph.
Ames, Winthrop . . . . . . 251 Photographs.
Birchall, Frank W. . . . . . 11 Photographs,
Chamberlain, Mrs. M. L. . . . 34 Plates.
Cowing, Miss Grace G. . . . . 20 Prints.
Curtis and Cameron . . . . . 10 Photographs.

Dadmun, L. E. . . . . . . 3 Photographs.
Furness, Miss Laura . . . . . 15 Plates.
Gay, Frederic L. . . . . . . 4 Prints.
Goodspeed, Charles E. . . . . 6 Etchings.

Keyes, Miss Alicia M. . . . . 1 Magnifying Glass.
Knapp, George B. . . . . Medals and Coins.
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