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Toldot Elishʾa ben Avuyah ha-niḳra "aḥer"
Toldot Elishʾa ben Avuyah ha-niḳra "aḥer"
Mosheh Daṿid Hoffmann. --, Title on added t.p.: Elischa ben Abujah, genannt "Acher" und seine Zeit / von M. D. Hoffmann., Photocopy.
Tosefta, Mischna und Boraitha in ihrem Verhältnis zu einander
Tosefta, Mischna und Boraitha in ihrem Verhältnis zu einander
von M.S. Zuckermandel., "Supplement enthaltend Register zu Tosefta, Mischna und Boraitha ... 1910" (with special t.p. and separate paging): At end of v. 2.
Trinidad
Trinidad
avec préface de l'éditeur, le R.P. Ch.-Anatole Joyau., Journal in the form of letters, dated October 1882 to January 1888., Also issued online.
Two years in the French West Indies
Two years in the French West Indies
A midsummer trip to the tropics.--Martinique sketches.--Appendix: Some Creole melodies., by Lafcadio Hearn ..., "Several, or portions of several, papers have been published in Harper's magazine."--Pref., Book cover attributed to Alice C. Morse in: Dubansky, Windell. The Proper Decoration of Book Covers: The Life and Work of Alice C. Morse. New York: Grolier Club of New York, 2008., Dubanksy, M. Proper Decoration p. 51, entry 90-3, Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Vermont in the civil war
Vermont in the civil war
By G.G. Benedict., Also issued online.
View album of Trinidad
View album of Trinidad
Cover title.
Voyage a la Martinique
Voyage a la Martinique
Dedication signed Thibault de Chanvalon., Paging irregular., Signatures: pi⁴ a⁴ A-C⁴ D⁸(-D8) F-Q⁴ R⁴(-R4) *-6*⁴ chi1 S-2A⁴ [a]² b-t² chi²., Les Caraïbes: p. 38-57., Sabin 11936, Includes bibliographical references.
Voyages and travels mainly during the 16th and 17th centuries
Voyages and travels mainly during the 16th and 17th centuries
vol. I. 1. Captain Roger Bodenham's voyage to Scio in 1551. 2. Robert Tomson, of Andover, merchant: his voyage to the West Indies and Mexico, 1556-58. 3. Master Roger Bodenham: his trip to Mexico, 1564-65. 4. Sir John Hawkins' first voyage to the West Indies, October 1562-September 1563. 5. Sir John Hawkins' second voyage to the West Indies, 18th October 1564-20th September 1565. 6. The third voyage of Sir John Hawkins, 1567-68. 7. Hawkins' pretended treachery in the summer of 1571. 8. Jasper Campion: The English trade to Scio, 1539-70. 9. Anthony Munday: Captivity of John Fox. 10. Thomas Stevens, an English Jesuit; his voyage to India by the Cape route. 11. The third Hawkins' voyage, 1567-68; three narratives by survivors. 12. Thomas Sanders: The unfortunate voyage of the Jesus to Tripoli, 1584. 13. John Chilton: Travels in Mexico, 1568-85. 14. The voyage of Thomas Cavendish round the globe, 1586-88. 15. The first Englishmen who reached India overland, 1583- 89. -vol. II. 1. Jan Huyghen van Linschoten; Voyage to Goa and back, 1583-92, with his account of the East Indies. 2. The voyage of the Dog to the Gulf of Mexico, 1589. 3. The destruction of Portuguese carracks by English seamen, 1592-94. 4. Captain Nicholas Downton; The sinking of the carrack, The five wounds. 5. Strange and wonderful things happened to Richard Hasleton, 1582-92. 6. The antiquity of the trade with English ships into Levant. 7. Edward Wright, mathematician; The voyage of the Earl of Cumberland to the Azores, etc., 1589. 8. A fight at sea by the Dolphin of London, against five of the Turks' men-of-war, January 12, 1616[-17]. 9. Sir Francis Drake revived; a narrative of the Nombre de Dios' expedition of 1572-73. 10. Nineteen years' captivity in the higlands of Ceylon, sustained by Captain Robert Knox, March 1660-October 1679. 11. A relation of the retaking of the island of Sainta Helena., With an introduction by C. Raymond Beazley., Some of the tracts have special t.p., "The texts contained in the present volume are reprinted with very slight alterations from the 'English garner' issued in eight volumes (1877-1890, London, 8vo.) by Professor Arber.. The contents of the original 'Garner' have been rearranged and ... classified, under the general editorial supervision of Mr. Thomas Seccombe. Certain lacunae have been filled by the interpolation of fresh matter."--Publisher's note: v. 1, p.[iv].
Where black rules white
Where black rules white
by H. Hesketh Prichard.
With the 48th Division in Italy
With the 48th Division in Italy
by George Henry Barnett.
With the first Canadian contingent
With the first Canadian contingent
Published on behalf of the Canadian Field Comforts Commission., Introduction signed: Mary Plummer.
Zoological results based on material from New Britain, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897
Zoological results based on material from New Britain, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897
pt. 1. The anatomy and development of Peripatus novae-britanniae, by A. Willey.--Metaprotella sandalensis, n. sp. [Caprellidae] by Dr. P. Mayer.--On a little-known sea-snake from the South Pacific, by G. A. Boulenger.--Report on the centipedes and millipedes, by R. I. Pocock.--Account of the Phasmidae with notes on the eggs, by D. Sharp.--Scorpions, Pedipalpi and spiders, by R. I. Pocock.--pt. 2. Report on the specimens of the genus Millepora, by S. J. Hickson.--Report on the echinoderms (other than holothurians), by F. J. Bell.--Holothurians, by F. P. Bedford.--Report on the Sipunculoidea, by A. E. Shipley.--On the solitary corals, by J. S. Gardiner.--On a collection of earthworms, by F. E. Beddard.--The Gorgonacea, by I. L. Hiles.--pt. 3. Orthogenetic variation in the shells of Chelonia, by H. Gadow.--Enteropneusta from the South Pacific, with notes on the West Indian species, by A. Willey.--On a collection of echiurids from the Loyalty Islands, New Britain and China straits, with an attempt to revise the group and to determine its geographical range, by A. E. Shipley.--pt. 4. On the anatomy of a supposed new species of Coenopsammia from Lifu, by J. S. Gardiner.--On the insects from New Britain, by D. Sharp.--On theStomatopoda and Macrura brought by Dr. Willey from the South seas, by L. A. Borradaile.--Report on the slugs, by W. E. Collinge., Report on the Polyzoa collected by Dr. Willey from the Loyalty Isles, New Guinea and New Britain, by E. G. Philipps.--The hydroid zoophytes collected by Dr. Willey in the southern seas, by L. R. Thornely.--Astrosclera willeyana, the type of a new family of sponges, by J. J. Lister.--A contribution towards our knowledge of the pterylography of the Megapodii, by W. P. Pycraft.--The Stolonifera and Alcyonacea collected by Dr. Willey in New Britain, etc., by S. J. Hickson and I. L. Hiles.--Report on the Xeniidae collected by Dr. Willey, by J. H. Ashworth.--pt. 5. A description of the Entozoa collected by Dr. Willey during his sojourn in the Western Pacific, by A. E. Shipley.--On some South Pacific nemertines collected by Dr. Willey, by R. C. Punnett.--On the young of the robber crab, by L. A. Borradaile.--Anatomy of Neohelia porcellana (Moseley), by E. M. Pratt.--On a new blind snake from Lifu, Loyalty Islands, by G. A. Boulenger.--On Crustacea brought by Dr. Willey from the South seas, by the Rev. T. R. R. Stebbing.--pt. 6. Contribution to the natural history of the pearly nautilus, by A. Willey., by Arthur Willey ..., Paged continuously., Includes bibliographical references.
Zoological results based on material from New Britain, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897; part II
Zoological results based on material from New Britain, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897; part II
pt. 1. The anatomy and development of Peripatus novae-britanniae, by A. Willey.--Metaprotella sandalensis, n. sp. [Caprellidae] by Dr. P. Mayer.--On a little-known sea-snake from the South Pacific, by G. A. Boulenger.--Report on the centipedes and millipedes, by R. I. Pocock.--Account of the Phasmidae with notes on the eggs, by D. Sharp.--Scorpions, Pedipalpi and spiders, by R. I. Pocock.--pt. 2. Report on the specimens of the genus Millepora, by S. J. Hickson.--Report on the echinoderms (other than holothurians), by F. J. Bell.--Holothurians, by F. P. Bedford.--Report on the Sipunculoidea, by A. E. Shipley.--On the solitary corals, by J. S. Gardiner.--On a collection of earthworms, by F. E. Beddard.--The Gorgonacea, by I. L. Hiles.--pt. 3. Orthogenetic variation in the shells of Chelonia, by H. Gadow.--Enteropneusta from the South Pacific, with notes on the West Indian species, by A. Willey.--On a collection of echiurids from the Loyalty Islands, New Britain and China straits, with an attempt to revise the group and to determine its geographical range, by A. E. Shipley.--pt. 4. On the anatomy of a supposed new species of Coenopsammia from Lifu, by J. S. Gardiner.--On the insects from New Britain, by D. Sharp.--On theStomatopoda and Macrura brought by Dr. Willey from the South seas, by L. A. Borradaile.--Report on the slugs, by W. E. Collinge., Report on the Polyzoa collected by Dr. Willey from the Loyalty Isles, New Guinea and New Britain, by E. G. Philipps.--The hydroid zoophytes collected by Dr. Willey in the southern seas, by L. R. Thornely.--Astrosclera willeyana, the type of a new family of sponges, by J. J. Lister.--A contribution towards our knowledge of the pterylography of the Megapodii, by W. P. Pycraft.--The Stolonifera and Alcyonacea collected by Dr. Willey in New Britain, etc., by S. J. Hickson and I. L. Hiles.--Report on the Xeniidae collected by Dr. Willey, by J. H. Ashworth.--pt. 5. A description of the Entozoa collected by Dr. Willey during his sojourn in the Western Pacific, by A. E. Shipley.--On some South Pacific nemertines collected by Dr. Willey, by R. C. Punnett.--On the young of the robber crab, by L. A. Borradaile.--Anatomy of Neohelia porcellana (Moseley), by E. M. Pratt.--On a new blind snake from Lifu, Loyalty Islands, by G. A. Boulenger.--On Crustacea brought by Dr. Willey from the South seas, by the Rev. T. R. R. Stebbing.--pt. 6. Contribution to the natural history of the pearly nautilus, by A. Willey., by Arthur Willey ..., Paged continuously., Includes bibliographical references.
Zoological results based on material from New Britain, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897; part III
Zoological results based on material from New Britain, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897; part III
pt. 1. The anatomy and development of Peripatus novae-britanniae, by A. Willey.--Metaprotella sandalensis, n. sp. [Caprellidae] by Dr. P. Mayer.--On a little-known sea-snake from the South Pacific, by G. A. Boulenger.--Report on the centipedes and millipedes, by R. I. Pocock.--Account of the Phasmidae with notes on the eggs, by D. Sharp.--Scorpions, Pedipalpi and spiders, by R. I. Pocock.--pt. 2. Report on the specimens of the genus Millepora, by S. J. Hickson.--Report on the echinoderms (other than holothurians), by F. J. Bell.--Holothurians, by F. P. Bedford.--Report on the Sipunculoidea, by A. E. Shipley.--On the solitary corals, by J. S. Gardiner.--On a collection of earthworms, by F. E. Beddard.--The Gorgonacea, by I. L. Hiles.--pt. 3. Orthogenetic variation in the shells of Chelonia, by H. Gadow.--Enteropneusta from the South Pacific, with notes on the West Indian species, by A. Willey.--On a collection of echiurids from the Loyalty Islands, New Britain and China straits, with an attempt to revise the group and to determine its geographical range, by A. E. Shipley.--pt. 4. On the anatomy of a supposed new species of Coenopsammia from Lifu, by J. S. Gardiner.--On the insects from New Britain, by D. Sharp.--On theStomatopoda and Macrura brought by Dr. Willey from the South seas, by L. A. Borradaile.--Report on the slugs, by W. E. Collinge., Report on the Polyzoa collected by Dr. Willey from the Loyalty Isles, New Guinea and New Britain, by E. G. Philipps.--The hydroid zoophytes collected by Dr. Willey in the southern seas, by L. R. Thornely.--Astrosclera willeyana, the type of a new family of sponges, by J. J. Lister.--A contribution towards our knowledge of the pterylography of the Megapodii, by W. P. Pycraft.--The Stolonifera and Alcyonacea collected by Dr. Willey in New Britain, etc., by S. J. Hickson and I. L. Hiles.--Report on the Xeniidae collected by Dr. Willey, by J. H. Ashworth.--pt. 5. A description of the Entozoa collected by Dr. Willey during his sojourn in the Western Pacific, by A. E. Shipley.--On some South Pacific nemertines collected by Dr. Willey, by R. C. Punnett.--On the young of the robber crab, by L. A. Borradaile.--Anatomy of Neohelia porcellana (Moseley), by E. M. Pratt.--On a new blind snake from Lifu, Loyalty Islands, by G. A. Boulenger.--On Crustacea brought by Dr. Willey from the South seas, by the Rev. T. R. R. Stebbing.--pt. 6. Contribution to the natural history of the pearly nautilus, by A. Willey., by Arthur Willey ..., Paged continuously., Includes bibliographical references.
Zoological results based on material from New Britain, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897; part IV
Zoological results based on material from New Britain, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897; part IV
pt. 1. The anatomy and development of Peripatus novae-britanniae, by A. Willey.--Metaprotella sandalensis, n. sp. [Caprellidae] by Dr. P. Mayer.--On a little-known sea-snake from the South Pacific, by G. A. Boulenger.--Report on the centipedes and millipedes, by R. I. Pocock.--Account of the Phasmidae with notes on the eggs, by D. Sharp.--Scorpions, Pedipalpi and spiders, by R. I. Pocock.--pt. 2. Report on the specimens of the genus Millepora, by S. J. Hickson.--Report on the echinoderms (other than holothurians), by F. J. Bell.--Holothurians, by F. P. Bedford.--Report on the Sipunculoidea, by A. E. Shipley.--On the solitary corals, by J. S. Gardiner.--On a collection of earthworms, by F. E. Beddard.--The Gorgonacea, by I. L. Hiles.--pt. 3. Orthogenetic variation in the shells of Chelonia, by H. Gadow.--Enteropneusta from the South Pacific, with notes on the West Indian species, by A. Willey.--On a collection of echiurids from the Loyalty Islands, New Britain and China straits, with an attempt to revise the group and to determine its geographical range, by A. E. Shipley.--pt. 4. On the anatomy of a supposed new species of Coenopsammia from Lifu, by J. S. Gardiner.--On the insects from New Britain, by D. Sharp.--On theStomatopoda and Macrura brought by Dr. Willey from the South seas, by L. A. Borradaile.--Report on the slugs, by W. E. Collinge., Report on the Polyzoa collected by Dr. Willey from the Loyalty Isles, New Guinea and New Britain, by E. G. Philipps.--The hydroid zoophytes collected by Dr. Willey in the southern seas, by L. R. Thornely.--Astrosclera willeyana, the type of a new family of sponges, by J. J. Lister.--A contribution towards our knowledge of the pterylography of the Megapodii, by W. P. Pycraft.--The Stolonifera and Alcyonacea collected by Dr. Willey in New Britain, etc., by S. J. Hickson and I. L. Hiles.--Report on the Xeniidae collected by Dr. Willey, by J. H. Ashworth.--pt. 5. A description of the Entozoa collected by Dr. Willey during his sojourn in the Western Pacific, by A. E. Shipley.--On some South Pacific nemertines collected by Dr. Willey, by R. C. Punnett.--On the young of the robber crab, by L. A. Borradaile.--Anatomy of Neohelia porcellana (Moseley), by E. M. Pratt.--On a new blind snake from Lifu, Loyalty Islands, by G. A. Boulenger.--On Crustacea brought by Dr. Willey from the South seas, by the Rev. T. R. R. Stebbing.--pt. 6. Contribution to the natural history of the pearly nautilus, by A. Willey., by Arthur Willey ..., Paged continuously., Includes bibliographical references.
Zoological results based on material from New Britain, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897; part V
Zoological results based on material from New Britain, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897; part V
pt. 1. The anatomy and development of Peripatus novae-britanniae, by A. Willey.--Metaprotella sandalensis, n. sp. [Caprellidae] by Dr. P. Mayer.--On a little-known sea-snake from the South Pacific, by G. A. Boulenger.--Report on the centipedes and millipedes, by R. I. Pocock.--Account of the Phasmidae with notes on the eggs, by D. Sharp.--Scorpions, Pedipalpi and spiders, by R. I. Pocock.--pt. 2. Report on the specimens of the genus Millepora, by S. J. Hickson.--Report on the echinoderms (other than holothurians), by F. J. Bell.--Holothurians, by F. P. Bedford.--Report on the Sipunculoidea, by A. E. Shipley.--On the solitary corals, by J. S. Gardiner.--On a collection of earthworms, by F. E. Beddard.--The Gorgonacea, by I. L. Hiles.--pt. 3. Orthogenetic variation in the shells of Chelonia, by H. Gadow.--Enteropneusta from the South Pacific, with notes on the West Indian species, by A. Willey.--On a collection of echiurids from the Loyalty Islands, New Britain and China straits, with an attempt to revise the group and to determine its geographical range, by A. E. Shipley.--pt. 4. On the anatomy of a supposed new species of Coenopsammia from Lifu, by J. S. Gardiner.--On the insects from New Britain, by D. Sharp.--On theStomatopoda and Macrura brought by Dr. Willey from the South seas, by L. A. Borradaile.--Report on the slugs, by W. E. Collinge., Report on the Polyzoa collected by Dr. Willey from the Loyalty Isles, New Guinea and New Britain, by E. G. Philipps.--The hydroid zoophytes collected by Dr. Willey in the southern seas, by L. R. Thornely.--Astrosclera willeyana, the type of a new family of sponges, by J. J. Lister.--A contribution towards our knowledge of the pterylography of the Megapodii, by W. P. Pycraft.--The Stolonifera and Alcyonacea collected by Dr. Willey in New Britain, etc., by S. J. Hickson and I. L. Hiles.--Report on the Xeniidae collected by Dr. Willey, by J. H. Ashworth.--pt. 5. A description of the Entozoa collected by Dr. Willey during his sojourn in the Western Pacific, by A. E. Shipley.--On some South Pacific nemertines collected by Dr. Willey, by R. C. Punnett.--On the young of the robber crab, by L. A. Borradaile.--Anatomy of Neohelia porcellana (Moseley), by E. M. Pratt.--On a new blind snake from Lifu, Loyalty Islands, by G. A. Boulenger.--On Crustacea brought by Dr. Willey from the South seas, by the Rev. T. R. R. Stebbing.--pt. 6. Contribution to the natural history of the pearly nautilus, by A. Willey., by Arthur Willey ..., Paged continuously., Includes bibliographical references.

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