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Haagensen, Sophus. (Trans.) Methods and Theories for the Solution of Problems of Geometrical Construction, by Julius Petersen, Lon., 1879, 8vo.

Haas, Ernst Anton Max, Ph.D. Catalogue of Sanskrit aud Pali Books in the British Museum, Lon., 1876, 4to.

Habberton, John, b. 1842, in Brooklyn. N.Y.; was literary editor of the Christian Union 1874-78, and ha* since been on the editorial staff of the New York Herald. 1. Helen's Babies. By their Latest Victim. Bust., 1876, sq. 16mo and 8vo. Anon. (More than one hundred and fifty thousaud copies have been sold.) 2. The Barton Experiment, N. York, 1876, 16mo. Si. The Jericho Road: a Story of Western Life, Chic,

1876, sm. 4to. 4. (Ed.) Select British Essayists, (vol. i. :) Spectator, (Selected Papers,) by Addison and Steele: with Introductory Essay and Biographical Sketches, N. York, 1876, sq. 12mo. 5. Grown-Up Babies. Illust. Lon., 1877, ISmo. 6. My Mother-in-Law, Lon., 1877, 12djo. 7. (Ed.) Sir Roger de Coverley: consisting of the Papers relating to Sir Roger de Coverley published in the "Spectator:" with an Introductory Essay, 1877, 8vo. 8. Other People's Children, N. York,

1877, sq. 16mo. 9. The Scripture Club of Valley Rest; or, Sketches of Everybody's Neighbors, N. York, 1877, sq. 16mo. 10. Some Folks. Illust. N. York, 1877, 8vo. II. Little Guzzy. Illust. N. York, 1878, 12mo. 12. Other People, Lon., 1878, 8vo. 13. The Crew of the •' Sam Weller," N. York, 1878, sq. 16mo. 14. Just One Day, Bost., 1879, 16mo; new ed., entitled "Mrs. Mayburn's Twins," Ac, Phila., 1882, 8vo. 15. The Worst Boy in Town. Illust. N. York, 1880, sq. 16mo. 16. Who was Paul Grayson? Illust. N.York, 1881, sq. 16mo. 17. The Bowsham Puzzle: a Novel; [also] My Friend Moses: a Story, N. York, 1884, 12mo. 18. George Washington, (1732-1799,) (" Lives of American Worthies,") N. York, 1884, 16ino. 19. Brueton's Bayou, Phila., 1886, 8vo.

"In originality of motive, in freshness of treatment, and in a winning pathetic grace which is not a mere ornament of the story, but is wrought into its very fabric,' Brueton's Bayou' stands alone among recent novels."—Acad., xxxi. 6.

20. Country Luck, [a novel,] Phila., 1887, 12mo.

Habershon, Matthew Henry. The Wave of Scepiicism and the Rock of Truth: a Reply to "Supernatural Religion," Lon , 1875, p. 8vo.

Habershon, Samuel Osborne, M.D., F.R.C.P., 1825-1889, b. at Rotherham; studied medicine at Guy's Hospital and at the University of London, where he graduated 1848; physician to Guy's Hospital 1866-80; vice-president of the Royal College of Physicians 1887, Ac. 1. A Catalogue of the Models of Diseases of the Skin in the Museum of Guy's Hospital, Lon., 1854, 8vo. 2. Pathological and Practical Observations on Disease*' of the Abdomen, Lon., 1857, 8vo; 4th ed., 1888. 3. Medical Science in its General Aspects and Study: a 1/ Lecture, Lon., 1859, 8vo. 4. On the Injurious Effects of Mercury in the Treatment of Disease, Lon., 1859, p. 8vo. 5. On Disease of the Stomach: the Varieties of Dyspepsia,-their Diagnosis and Treatment, Lon., 1866, p. 8vo; 3d ed., 1879. 6. On the Pathology and Treatment of some Diseases of the Liver, (Lettsomian Lectures, 1872,) Lon., 1872, 8vo; 2d ed., 1885. 7. On the Pathology of the Pneumogastric Nerve, (Lumleian Lectures, 1876,) Lon., 1877, p. 8vo; 2d ed., 1885. 8. The Advancement of Science by Experimental Research: the Harveian Oration, 1883, Lon., 1883, cr. 8vo.

Habershon, William G., and Gladstone, Thomas 11., Ph.D. (Ed.) Hymns for the Use of Christian Associations, Lon., 1863, 16mo.

Habirsha w, Frederick. Catalogue of the Diatomaceic. Edited by R. Hitchcock. N. York, 1881, 4to.

Hack, Mary Pryor. 1. Consecrated Women. By Claudia, [pseud.] Lon., 1880, p. 8vo. 2. Self-Surrender: a Second Series of Consecrated Women, Lon., 1881, p. 8vo; new ed., 1888. 3. Christian Womanhood, Lon., ; 1883, p. Svo. 4. Faithful Service: Sketches of Christian Women, Lon., 1885, p. Svo. 5. Mary Pryor: a . Life-Story of a Hundred Years Ago, Lon., 1887, Svo.

Hack, Stephen. Horse-Shoes and Horse-Owners;

or, The Why and Because of Broken Knees and Unsoui Legs, Lon., 1874, 8vo.

Hacker, J. H. Memoirs of Thomas Smith Thoi son, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Medical Missionary of Neyoc Travancore, South India. Illust. Lon., 1887, cr. Svo

Hacker, M. E. William. Guide for the Ord of High Priesthood, Portland, Me., 1861, 12mo.

Hackett, Frank Warren. 1. Memoir of Wi liam Henry Young Hackett: with Selections from t Writings, Portsmouth, N.H., 1879, 8vo. Private printed. 2. The Geneva Award Acts: with Notes ar References to Decisions of the Court of Commission < Alabama Claims, Bost, 1882, Svo. 3. (Ed.) Porismoui Records: with Notes, 1886, 8vo.

Hackett, Rev. Horatio Balch, D.D., LL.I [ante, vol. i., add.,] d. 1875; resigned his chair in Nei ton Theological Institution in 1869, and in 1870 w; appointed professor of New Testament Greek in Roche ter Theological Seminary. Christian Memorials of tl War: with Historical Notes, Bost., 1864, 12mo.

Hackett, James Henry, 1800-1871, b. in Ne York City; a popular actor, specially noted for his in personation of Falstaff. Notes and Comments upon Ce tain Plays and Actors of Shakespeare: with Criticisn and Correspondence, N. York, I8ti3, 12mo; 3d ed., 186

Hackett, M. (Trans.) Life of St. Elizabeth c Hungary, Duchess of Thuringia, by C. de Montalember N. York, 1878, 16mo.

Hackett, Richard R. Wirksworth and Five Mil round: an Historical Sketch, Wirksworth, 1863, 8vo.

Hackhouse, Alfred. The Successful Poll Climber: a Memoir of John Wilcox, Late Corpora Ninety-Sixth Regiment, Lon., 1859, 8vo.

Hackleton, Mrs. M. W. Jamestown of Pami gind: a Poem, N. York. 1869, 12mo.

Hackley, Charles Elihu, M.D., b. 1836, i Unadilla, N.Y.; graduated at the Medical School c the University of Pennsylvania 1860; served throug the civil war as surgeon in the U.S. cavalry, and w: clinical professor of diseases of the eye and ear in tl Women's Medical College, New York, 1870-76. 1. (Ed Treatise on Diseases of the Eye. By C. Stellwag vc Carion. Lon., 1868, r. 8vo. 2. (Trans.) A Text-Boo of Practical Medicine, by F. von Niemeyer, Lon., 187 8vo; new ed., 1880. 3. (Trans.) General Surgicul Pi thology and Therapeutics, by Dr. Theodor Billroth : wit Additions by Dr. A. von Winiwarter, Lon., 1879, Svo.

Hackman, Rev. Alfred, M.A., 1S11-1874, b. 1 Fulhaui, near London; graduated at Christ Church, 0: ford, 1837; chaplain of Christ Church 1837-73; vies of Cowley from 1839; sub-librarian of the Bodleia 1862-73. A Catalogue of the Collection of the Tanm MSS. in the Bodleian, Oxf., 1860, 4to.

Hacklier, Rev. Willibald. Socialism and tl Church; or, Henry George vs. Archbishop Corrigai N. York, 1887, 12mo.

Ilackwood, Frederick William. 1. Notes o Lessons on Moral Subjects: for Teachers, Ac, Lon

1883, p. Svo. 2. The Wednesbury Papers, Wednesbur;

1884, Svo. 3. A History of Darlaston, near Wednesbun Wednesbury, 1887, 8vo.

Haddan, Rev. Arthur West, B.D., 1816-187: b. at Woodford, Essex; graduated, first class Lit. Hum at Trinity College, Oxford, 1837, and elected to two Fei lowships; ordained 1840, and in the same year wt curate to J. H. Newman; dean of Trinity for seven years, and afterwards vice-president; rector of Barter on-Heath, Warwickshire, from 1857. He edited th works of Archbishop Bramhall and of Herbert Thorr dike in the Anglo-Catholic Library, and wrote some 0 the essays in " Replies to Essays and Reviews." 1. Apot tolic Succession in the Church of England, Lon., ISfii Svo; new ed., 1883. 2. (Trans.) St. Augustine On th Trinity, (The Works of St. Augustine, vol. vii.,) Edin 1871, 8vo. 3. Remains. Edited by A. P. Forbc; D.C.L., Bishop of Brechin. Lon., 1876, 8vo.

"The papers range over a wide field, and are classifie in the table of contents under the heads of ' On the Hoi Scriptures,' 'Doctrinal Works,' 'Ecclesiastical History 'The Prayer-Book,'' Miscellaneous.' and' General History Of all of these subjects Mr. Haddan had something to sai bat it was in ecclesiastical history that he was most at home."—.Serf. Ret., xliL 30L

With St L-Bbs, William, fed.) Councils and Ecclesiastical Documents relating to Great Britain and Ireland. Edited alter Spelinan and Wilkin*. Oxf., lfcW-71, 3 vols. 8vo.

**The work is really a great one, worthy of the vast labour which has been spent upon it, worthy, we may add, of the many yean* during which scholars have been waiting for it,"—$at. Hex., xxix. 612.

Haddan, J. h. 1. Loudon Cabs: the "Course" System, as applied to London or any Large City, Lon., 1867, 4to. 2. Economical One-Kail Railway for India, the Colonies, and Sparsely-Populated Countries, Ac, Lon., 1871, fcro.

Haddan, Thomas Henry, M.A., B C.L., 18141873, brother of Rev. A. W. Haddan, nupra; b. in London; graduated with a double first cla*s at Brasenose College, Oxford, 1837; Fellow of Exeter College 183743, and gained a Vinerian Fellowship 1S47 : called to the bar at the Inner Temple 1S41, and practised as a conveyancer; was the originator and for a short time editor of the Guardian. 1. The Limited Liability Act, 1855: with Precedents and Notes, Lon., 1855, p. 8vo. 2. Outlines of the Administrative Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery: being the Substance of a Series of Lectures, Lon., 1862, p. 8vo.

Hadden, J. Cuthbert. 1. Mendelssohn. (** Great Composers," Lon., 1888, fp. 8vo. 2. Handel, ("Great Composers,") Lon.f 1888, 12mo.

Hadden, Kev. Robert Henry, graduated at Merton College, Oxford, 1877; curate of St. Botolpb, Bishopgate, London, 1880-88, and since then vicar of St. Botolpb, Aldgate, London. 1. An East End Chron- > icle: St. George's in the East, Parish and Parish Church: with Introduction by Harry Jones, Lon., 1880, 12mo. 2. Church and Chapel : Sermons on the Church of England 't and Dissent: with Introduction by A. P. Stanley, Lon., 1881, 8vo. See. also, Roof.ib, Rev. William, infra.

Hadden, William Baugh, M.D , M.K.C.P., physician to the Royal Ho-pital for Women and Children, London. (Trans.) Lectures on the Ijocalization of Cerebral and .Spinal Diseases, by J. M. Charcot, (New Sydenham Soc.,; Lon., 1883, 8vo.

Haddock, Frank C. Life of Rev. George C. Haddock, N. York, 1887, sq. 12mo.

Haddock, Joseph W, Somnolism and Psychism; or, The Science of the Soul and the Phenomena of Nervation as revealed by Vital Magnetism, Lun., 1801, fp. 8vo; new ed., 1857.

Haddon, Alfred Cort, M.A., F.Z.S., professor of zoology at the Royal College of Science, Dublin. An Introduction to the Study of Embryology. Illust. Lon., 1887, r. 8vo.

Haddon, Miss Caroline, sister-in-law of James Hinton, infra. 1. A Law of Development: an Es^ay to illustrate some Ideas from the Unpublished Writings of James Hinton, Lon., 1883, cr. 8vo. 2. The Larger Life: Studies in Hinton's Ethics: with some Unpublished Letters of Jarnes Hinton, Lon., 1886, p. 8vo.

"She has given us a faithful and undistorted reflex of the main cycle** of Hinton's thought. ... To would-be students this book may serve as an admirable introductory primer,"—Acad., xxx. 1.

3. Where does your Interest come from? a Word to Lady Investors, Manchester, 1886, 12mo.

Haddon, John, M.D. Notes from Private Practice, Edin., 1887, 8vo.

Haden, Francis Seymour, F.R.C.S., b. 1818, in London; educated at University College, London, and at the Sorbonne, Paris; became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1842 and a Fellow in 1S57. He is distinguished as an etcher, and is president of the Society of Painter-Etchers, 1. Earth to Earth: an Answer to a Pamphlet on "Cremation," Lon., 1875, 12mo; new ed., enl., same year. 2. About Etching: Part I., Notes on a Collection of Etchings by the Great Masters; Part II., An Annotated Catalogue of the Examples exhibited of Etchers' and Painter-Engravers' Work. Illust. Lon., 1879, 4to; 3d ed., 1881, 8vo.

"He is an admirable special pleader, and would fain persuade us by force of eloquence lhat the moment the early painters discovered that it was possible to act upon the plate by an implement wielded like a pencil they ceased at once to use the burin, and became painters. . .. The slight critical notes on etchers and painter-engravers among the old masters are piquant and often valuable."— Sat. Rev , xlviii. 426.

"This work contains the notes of Mr. Haden upon a recent exhibition of etched work by the great masters from

his own collection, to which was added a series of exan pies of his own handiwork. But. in addition to the notes, be gives us sixteen fac-similes of some of the fine of these examples, (excepting, perhaps, one or two of tt number;) and these reproductions are practically as f.: in effect as the originals themselves/'—Spectator, lii. 1650.

3. The Etched Work of Rembrandt: a Monograpt with an Appendix, Lon.. 1879.

Hadermann, Jeannette K. See Walwort.

Mrs. J. R., infra.

Hadfield, Mrs. E. 1. Sprays from the Hedgerow [verse,] Lon., I860, 12mo. 2. Poetical Weeds. By H. Lon., 1850, 16mo.

Hadfield, H. H. Treatise on Perspective: wi Diagrams, Lon.. 1858, p. 8vo.

Hadfield, William, 1S00-1SS7, was engaged frc an early age in commercial business in Sooth Amerie was secretary to the Buenos Ayres Great Southern Ra way, and in 1863 founded in London The South Ame can Journal and Brazil and River Plate Mail, of whi be was chief editor till bis death. 1. Brazil, the Riv Plate, and the Falkland Islands: with the Cape Ho Route to Australia: including Notices of Lisbon, 5! deira, the Canaries, and Cape Verde. Illust. Lo 1854, 8vo. 2. Brazil and the River Plate in 18C showing the Progress of those Countries since 18. Lon., 1869, 8vo. 3. Brazil and the River Plate 1ST 76: with Supplement, Lon., 1877, 8vo.

Hadley, Amos* 1. New Hampshire Super Court Reports, vols, xlv.-xlviii., Concord, 1865-69. vols. 8vo. 2. Life of Walter Harriman: with Selectu from his Speeches and Writings, Bost., 18S8, 8vo.

Hadley, Arthur Twining, b. 1S56, at New Hav Conn.; son of Professor James Hadley, infra; grac ated at Yale in 1876, and, after studying at the Univ sity of Berlin, became a tutor at Yale in 1879, lectu on political science in 1883, and professor of politi science in 1886. Railroad Transportation: its Hist and its Laws, N. York, 1885, 12mo.

Hadley, Caroline. 1. Stories of Old; or, V Narratives, Lon., 1S62, two series, 12mo; new ed., 1S6 vol. 2. Children's Sayings; or, Early Life at Ho Lon., 1862, sq. 16mo; new ed., 1885. 3. Stories of Apostles: their Lives and Writings, Lon., 1864, 18i new ed., 1868. 4. Woodside; or, Look, Listen, Learn, Lon., 1887, p. 8vo.

Hadley, James, 1821-1872, b. at Fairfield, N graduated at Yale in 1842, and entered the Theolog Seminary, but left that institution to become tuto mathematics at Middlebury College; tutor in class history at Yale 1S45-48; assistant professor of Gi 1848-51, and from then professor. 1. A Greek Gram for Schools and Colleges, N. York, 1861, p. 8vo; new rev. and re-written by F. de F. Allen, Lon., 1884. Elements of the Greek Language: taken from the G Grammar, N.York, 1870,8vo. 3. Introduction to Ro Law: in Twelve Academical Lectures, N. York, 1 8vo. Posth.

"Admirable an introduction to the Roman law as t lectures are, it was inevitable from their plan that should convey to the students who heard them or may read them an exceedingly erroneous impression i many important points, and that without any actual e of statement. ... In such an outline covering so n ground the element of time is practically left out. . . . with all these defects, or rather omissions,the book is admirable."—Nation, xvii. 179.

4. Essays, Philological and Critical, selected frorx Papers of James Hadley. [Edited by W. D. Whiti N. York, 1873. Posth.

"The scholar who is competent to judge will Ix pressed, as he reads one after another, with the wide i of reading and reflection and the sound sense and prehensive judgment which are everywhere show them. . . . Most of these essays were prepared for learned society or periodical; but they are, if not ex popular, certainly very pleasant and easy readii; fiation, xvii. 388.

"A volume of papers of a very high order."—Sat. xxxviii. 314.

5. A Brief History of the English Language, 1879, 12mo.

Hadley, John Bell. The Daily Walk: a: tion of Original Poems, Lon., 1852, p. 8vo.

Hadsell, O. D. The Heroine of Manassas The Female Volunteer, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1870, 8

Hadwen, J. hovel. (Trans.) The Nomads North, by G. H. Mellin, 1871, 8vo.

Haeseler, Charles II., M.D. Across the Atl Letters from France, Switzerland, Germany, ItalEngland, Phila., 1868, 12mo.

Hagan, Albert. Utah Supreme Court Reports,
vols, i.-ii., (1850-81,) San Fran., 1877-81, 8vo.

Hagan, J. M. West Virginia Supreme Court Re-
ports, vols, i.-v , Richmond! Va., 1866-73, 5 vols. 8vo.

Hagar, George J., recently assistant librarian of
the Newark (N.J.) Library Association, which post be
has resigned in order to edit the Cyclopaedia of American
Contemporary Biography. (Ed.) What the World Be-
lieves, N. York, 1886.

Hagarty, A. Magnetism and Health, Lon., 1873,
8vo.

Hagcinaii, John Frelinghuysen. History of
Princeton and its Institutions, Phila., 1879, 2 vols. 8vo.

Hageman, S. Miller. 1. Silence, N. York, 1877,
sin. 4to. 2. Greenwood, and other Poems, N. York,
187S, sq. 16mo. 3. Saint Paul, N. York, 1880, 32mo.
4. Once: a Novel, N. York, 1881, 12mo.

Hagen, Hermann August, b. 1817, at Kb'nigs-
berg, Prussia, and educated at German universities: re-
moved to the United States to assist Professor Agassiz as
entomologist at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at
Cambridge, and in 1870 was made professor of compara-
tive zoology at Harvard. 1. Catalogue of the Specimens
of Neuropterous Insects in the Collection of the British
Museum: Part I., Terinitina, Lon., 1858, 12mo. 2.
Synopsis of the Neuroptera of North America: with a
List of the South American Species, Wash., 1802, 8vo.
3. Monograph of the North American Astacidee. Illust.
Cambridge, Mass., 1871, imp. 8vo. 4. On some Insect
Deformities. Illust. Cambridge, 1876, 4to.

Hagen, John Cole. Footprints of Truth; or,
The Voice of Humanity. Illust. N. York, 1853, 8vo.

Hager, J. Henry. (Trans.) The Confessor; from
the French of M. l'Abbfi * * * *, [J. F. X. Mouls,] N.
York, 1867, 8vo.

Hagert, Henry Schell, 1826-1885, b. in Phila-
delphia; was admitted to the bar in 1847, and held
various legal offices. Poems: with Memoir by Charles
A. Lagen, Phila., 1886. Privately printed.

Haggard, Alfred. (Trans.) Counsels of a Mother,
by Marchioness A. T. de Lambert, 1885, 8vo.

Haggard, Ella. Myra; or, The Rose of the East:
a Tale of the Afghan War, in Nine Cantos, Lon., 1857,
Sv<»; new ed., 1862.

Haggard, Frederick T. 1. A Mile of Railway
in the United Kingdom, Lon., 1869, 8vo. 2. Railway
Facts and Lower Fares, Lon., 1869, 8vo. 3. Remarks
upon the Acquisition of Railways by the State, Lon.,
1872, 8vo.

Haggard, Henry Rider, b. 1856, at Bradenham
Hall, Norfolk, Eng.; son of W. M. R. Haggard, infra;
accompanied Sir Henry Bulwer ns secretary to Natal in
1875, and in the following year went to the Transvaal
on the staff of the special commissioner, and was sub-
sequently appointed master of the High Court of the
Transvaal. In 1879 he retired from the colonial service
and returned to England, and was called to the bar at
Lincoln's Inn 1885. 1. Cetywayo and his White Neigh-
bours; or, Remarks on Recent Events in Zululand,
Natal, and the Transvaal, Lon., 1882, cr. 8vo; 2d ed.,
rev., with a new Introduction, 1888.

"Recounts once more from the point of view of an eye-
witness the melancholy story of English irresolution and
disgrace."—Sat. Rev., liv. 213.

2. Dawn, Lon., 1884, 3 vols. cr. 8vo.

"' Dawn' (a somewhat obscure title) bears many of the
familiar marks of inexperience in novel-writing. It is
well written, it has considerable interest of plot, and the
characters are not borrowed, and show not a little ability
in character-drawing. But there is altogether too much
of it. . . . He [Mr. Haggard] must 'train down' if he is to
write a really good novel."—G. Saintsbury: Acad., xxv.
200.

3. The Witch's Head, Lon., 1884, 3 vols. p. 8vo. 4.
King Solomon's Mines, Lon., 1885, p. 8vo; new ed., 1888.

"The success of Mr. Haggard's wonderful story, 'King
Solomon's Mines,' is not due exclusively to its merits,
though these are great, the romance being one of the most
exciting of its kind ever published in a modern language.
... It has a charm which is not in itself, but in the appeal
it makes to a hungry desire or hope which is probably
latent in all men, and certainly crops out in the minds of
all civilized men,—the desire that the lust of wonder
should be fully and, so to speak, honestly satiated: the hope
that men will discover some day somewhere something
that shall leave them sufficiently, or it may be perma-
nently, astonished."—Spectator, lviii. 1365.

5. She: a History of Adventure: with Fac-Similes,

Lon., 1887; 6th ed., (31st to 35th thousand,) 1887, cr. 8vo.

"Mr. Haggard's practical knowledge and experience of

savage life and wild lands, his aense of the mystery and

charm of ruined civilizations, his appreciation of spoi
(especially with big game,) his astonishing imagination
and a certain vraisemblance, which makes the most impo
sible adventures appear true, (to a reader of eympathet
fancy,) these are the qualities a man admires in 'She,'.
he chance to admire it at all."—Andrew Lang: Acad
xxxi. 34.

6. Jess. Lon., 1887, 3 vols. p. 8vo; new ed., 1888. ',
Allan Quatermain: being an Account of his Furthe
Adventures and Disooveries in Company with Sir Henr
Curtis, Bart., Commander John Good, R.N., and On
Umslopogans. Illust. 1887, or. 8vo; also a large
papered., limited to 112 copies. 8. Maiwa's Revenge
or, The War of the Little Hand, Lon., 18S8, p. 8vo
40th thousand same year. 9. Mr. Mee8"n's Will, Lon,
1888, 8vo. 10. Colonel Quaritch, V.C.: a Tale of Coun
try Life, Lon., 1888, 3 vols. cr. 8vo.

Haggard, William Debonaire. 1. Observa
tions on the Standard of Value and the Circulatin;
Medium of this Country; 2d ed., Lon., 1847, 8vo. 2
Miscellaneous Papers, Windsor, 1860, 8vo.

Haggard, William Henry Doveton, brothe
of H. R. Haggard, supra; b. 1846; secretary to the
British legation at Athens since 1887. (Ed. and trans.
The Vazir of Lankuran : a Persian Play, Lon., 1882, 8vo
Haggard, William Meybohm Rider, LL.M.
b. 1817; called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1842. Tht
Militia: its Importance as a Constitutional Force, Lon.
1857, 8vo.

Haggard, William N. Creation as a Divim
Synthesis: a Contemplation Treatise concerning the
Inter-Kelations between Deity and his Creation, Ac.
Lon., 1878, 8vo.

Hagner, Charles V. Early History of Falls of
Schuylkill, Manayunk, Ac, Phila., 1869, 8vo.

Hague, Arnold, b. 1840, in Boston, Mass.; son
of Rev. William Hague, infra; educated at the Shef-
field Scientific School, and at German universities; hns
been connected with the Geological Survey of the U.S.
government, and has contributed largely to scientific
journals on geology and lithology. 1. The Volcanoes
of California, Oregon, and Washington Territory, 1SS3.
2. The Volcanic Rocks of the Great Basin, 1884. 3. On
the Development of Crystallization in the Igneous Rocks
of Washoe, Wash., 1885, Svo. 4. Nevada: with Notes
on the Geology of the District, 1885. 5. The Volcanic
Rocks of Salvador, 1886.

Hague, H. The Innkeepers' and Travellers' Guide,
Lon., 1859, 12mo.

Hague, James Duncan, b. 1836, in Boston,
Mass.; son of Rev. William Hague, infra; educated at
the Lawrence Scientific School of Harvard, and in Ger-
many; became a mining engineer, and has been connected
with the U.S. Geological Survey. Mining Industry,
(Repoit of the Geological Exploration of the Fortieth
Parallel, in '• Papers on Practical Engineering," pub-
lished by U. S. Gov't.) Wash., 1870, 2 vols. With Becker,
Geokge F., Mining Industries at the Paris Exposition of
1878, Wash., 1880.

Hague, Parthenia Antoinette. A Blockaded
Family: Life in Southern Alabama during the Civil
War, Bost., 1888, 12mo.

Hague, Rev. William, D.D., [ante, vol. i., add.,]
1808-1887, b. at Pelham, Westchester Co., N.Y.; held
pastorates in Boston, Providence, and New York City;
was made professor of homiletics in the Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary at Chicago in 1869, and afterwards be-
came pastor of a congregation at Orange, N.J. 1. The
Authority and Perpetuity of the Christian Sabbath, 1863,
2. The Self-Witnessing Character of the New Testament
Christianity, Phila., 1871. 3. Christian Greatness in the
Minister: Discourse on the Life of Rollin Heber Neale,
D.D , Bost., 1880, sq. 12mo. 4. Ralph Waldo Emerson!
N. York, IS84, 12mo. 5. Life Notes; or, Fifty Years
Outlook, Bost., 1887, 12mo.

"No one . . . will come to this little book for history
but for pleasant anecdotes, a filmy panorama of scenes fr
the author's varied experience."—Nation, xlv. 278.

Hahll, Aaron. History of the Arguments for th<
Existence of God, Cin., 1885, 8vo.

Hahn, Anna E. Summer Assembly Days; or
What was Seen, Heard, and Felt at the Nebraska Chau
tauqua: with an Introduction by Rev. A. E. Dimming
Bost., 1888, 12mo.

Hahn, Theophilus, Ph.D., custodian of the Grei
Collection, Cape Town, Ac. Tsuni-Goam, the Suprenj
Being of the Khoi-Khoi, Lon.. 1882, Svo.

Haig, Archibald Swiney. The Officer''
plete Guide, Lon., 1856, 12mo.

Haig, Felix Thackeray. Notes on tbe River
Navigations of North America, Madras, 1863, 8vo.

Haig, James, M.A., b. 1813; .educated at Trinity
College. Dublin; called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1838.
1. Philosophy; or, The Science of Truth: a Treatise
on First Principles, Mental, Physical, and Verbal, Lon.,
1861, p. 8vo. 2. Symbolism; or. Mind—Mutter—Lan-
guage ad the Elements of Thinking and Reasoning, &c.,
Ediu., 1869, p. Svo.

Haig, James David. A List of Books printed in
England prior to the Year MDC, in the Library of the
Honourable Society of King's Inus, Dublin, Dublin,
1858, Svo.

Haigh, Arthur Elam, M.A., graduated at Corpus
Christi College, Oxford, 1878; lecturer 1878-83; Fellow
of Hertford College 1878-86. The Political Theories of
Dante, (Stanhope Prize Essay, 1878.) Oxf., 1878, Svo.

Haigh, Rev. Daniel Henry, 1819-1879, b. at
Brinscull Hall, near Chorley, Lancashire: was for some
time in business at Leeds; studied with a view to taking
orders in the Church of England, but, having become a
Roman Catholic, studied at Oscott, and was ordained
priest in 1848, and erected and endowed St. Augustine's
Church at Erdington, near Birmingham. He was dis-
tinguished as an antiquarian. 1, An Essay on the Nu-
mismatic History of the Ancient Kingdom of the East
Angles, Leeds, 1845, r. Svo. 2. On the Fragments of
Crosses discovered at Leeds in 1838, Leeds, 1857, 8vo. 3.
The Conquest of Britain by the Saxons: a Harmony of
the "Historia Briton am," the Writings of Gil das, the
"Brut," and the Saxon Chronicle, with Reference to the
Events of the Fifth and Sixth Centuries, Lon., 1861,
Svo. 4. The Anglo-Saxon Sagas: an Examination of
their Value as Aids to History, Lon.. 1861, Svo.

"Mr. Haigh appears to belong to the important class of

fersons who have read more than is good for them. . . .
le has worked with the most praiseworthy diligence upon
a very small portion of history, but he has no notion of
history as a whole."—Sat. Rev., xiii. 263.

Haigh, Eccles. The Potato-Disease and the Curl-
Disease in Potatoes: their Causes and Prevention, Lon.,
1875, p. 8vo.

Haigh, Henry Allen. 1. A Plain Statement of
the Laws relating to Labor, Detroit, 1886, 8vo. 2. Man-
ual of Law and Forms: a Practical Hand-Book of the
Law and Business Forms for the Use of the Industrial
Classes, Detroit, 1887, 8vo.

Haight, C a mi iff. Country Life in Canada Fifty
Years Ago: Personal Recollections and Reminiscences
of a Sexagenarian, Toronto, 1885.

Haile, Ellen. 1. Three Brown Boys, and other
Happy Children, Lon. and N. York, 1879, 4to. 2. Two
Gray Girls and their Opposite Neighbors. Illust. Lon.
and N. York, 1880, Svo. 3. Hazel-Nut and her
Brothers. Illust. Lon. and N. York, 1881, sq. 8vo.

HailCH, Nathaniel. The Soul's Journey: a Met-
rical Fantasy, Adelaide, 1856, 8vo.

Hailman, William \. 1. Outlines of a System
of Object-Teaching, prepared for Teachers and Parents:
with an Introduction by J. N. McElligott, N. York, 1867,
8vo. 2. Kindergarten Culture in the Family and Kin-
dergarten: a Complete Sketch of Froebel's System of
Early Education, adapted to American Institutions, Cin.,
1873, 12mo, 3. Twelve Lectures on ibe History ot Ped-
agogy, Cin. and N. York, 1874, Svo. 4. Four Lectures
on Early Child-Culture, Milwaukee, 1880, 12mo. 5.
From Pestalozzi to Froebel, Milwaukee, 1880, 8vo. 6.
Primary Method, N.York, 1887, 12mo. 7. (Trans.) The
Education of Man, by F. Froebel, N. York, 1S87, 12mo.

Hailstone, Edward, 1818-1890, a solicitor at
Bradford, Yorkshire; afterwards resident at Walton Hall,
near Wakefield, where he accumulated a remarkable col-
lection of antiquities and books. ( Ed.) The Costume of
Yorkshire, Illustrated by a Series of Engravings, with
Descriptions in English and French, Leeds, 1885, fol.

Hailstone, Herbert, M.A. 1. (Trans.) Homer's
Iliad, Books XIII.-XV., XXI.. in English Prose, 4
Parts, Lon., 1880. 2. (Trans.) The Iphigeneia among
the Tauri, of Euripides, 1884, 8vo. 3. Grantffl Imagines:
Thirty-Six Sonnets, Cambridge, 1886. 4. Novae Arun-
dines; or, New Marsh-Melodies in XXXVI Metres, Cam-
bridge, 8vo and 12mo; 2d ed., 1887. 5. Fasciculus: a
Song-Bundle, Manchester, 1887, 12mo. 6. (Trans.) The
Plutus of Aristophanes, 1887, 8vo. 7. Sertum : a Song-
Garland, Manchester, 1888, fp. 8vo. Also, several trans-
lations of classical works for the Pitt Series, Ac.

Hailstone, Thomas. The Inverted Slide Rule

and its Uses: with a Description of the Various Line;
thereon, Ac., Frome, 1868, 16mo.
Haines, Rev. Alauson Austin, b. 1830, a

Hamburg, N.J.; pastor of a Presbyterian church in tha
(own; formerly chaplain of the loth New Jersey Regi
ment. History of the Fifteenth Regiment of New Jer
sey Volunteers, N. York, 1883.

Haines, Benjamin II. Digest of tbe Americai
Law Register, 1877, 8vo.

Haines, C. R. A Vindication of England's Polic;
as to the Opium Trade, Lon., 1884, cr. Svo.

Haines, Elijah Middlcbrook. 1. Laws o
Wisconsin concerning the Organization and Governmen
of Towns, Ac, Chic, 1858, Svo. 2. Treatise for Justice
of the Peace in the State of Illinois; 5th ed., Chic, 186$
8vo; 6th ed., rev., 1873. 3. Laws of Illinois relating t
Cities and Villages: with Notes and Forms, Ac, Chic
1879, 8vo. 4. (Ed.) Compilation of the Laws of 111
nois relating to Township Organization and Manage
ment of County Affairs: with Forms and Notes; ne'
ed., enl., Chic, 1883, 8vo. 5. The American Indiai
(Uh-nish in-na-ba,) Chic, 1888, r. Svo.

llaim'8, r. £• H. Jonas King, Missionary t
Syria and Greece. By F. E. U. H. N. York, 1879,12m

Haines, Ilev. Herbert, M.A., 1826-1872, gnu
uuted at Exeter College, Oxford, 184y; chaplain to tl
Gloucester County Lunatic Asylum from 1854. 1.
Manual for the Study of Monumental Brasses, Oxi
1848, 8vo. 2. A Manual of Monumental Brasses: con
prising an Introduction to the Study of the?e Memorial
with a List of those remaining in the British Isle
Illust. Oxf. and Lon., 1861, 2 parts, 8vo. (This is
recast of the earlier work.)

"He has produced a book which seems to contain, in
straightforward and systematic shape, all that there is
say about the subject which he has taken in hand."—S
Rev., xl. 647.

3. A Guide to the Cathedral Church of Gloucesti
embracing a Description of the Painted Windows, k
Gloucester, 1867, 8vo.

Haines, Lieut.-Col. Peter C, U.S.A., b. 184
in Philadelphia; graduated at the U.S. Military Aca
emy 1861, and appointed to the engineer corps; serv
in the civil war, Ac. (Trans.) Memoir upon the Illun
nation and Beaconage of the Coasts of France, by F.
Heynaud. Thirty-Nine Plates. N. York, 1876, 4to.

Haines, Ilev. Philip Frost John Bird, vi<
of St. George's, Wigan. 1. Robert Stephenson of t
Akbar, 1861. 2. Letters on Canon Law, 1868.
National Education, 1872.

Haines, R. H. The Fruit-Grower's Friend,
York, 1880, 8vo.

Haines, Ilev. Samuel Charles, Ph.D., ordaii
1859 j vicar of West Brompton 1869-78. 1. The Engl
Catholic Church better than the Roman Catholic Schis
in Answer to M. Capel, Lon., 1872, 8vo. 2. Ang
Catholic Sermons, Lon., 1873, p. Svo.

Haines, William T., and Young, W. V.
Ecsays for the People: Two Prize Essays on Liberal
in England and its Demoralizing Effects on our Natio
Religion and Liberties, Lon., 1881, 2 parts, 8vo.

Haines, Zeuas T. Letters from the Forty-Foi
Regiment M.V.M. 1862-63. By Corporal, [psci
Bopt., 1863.

Hair, James. Building, Drainage, and Measi
ment of Land, Lon., 1878, 4to.

Hair, James T. 1. Iowa State Gazetteer:
bracing Descriptive and Historical Sketches of Cc
ties, Cities, Towns, and Villages, Chic, 1865, Svo.
Gazetteer of Madison County: containing Histoi
and Descriptive Sketches, Alton, 1866, 8vo.

Hake, Alfred Egmont. 1. Paris Origir
with Etchings by L. Richeton, 1878, 8vo. 2. Flatte
Tales, Lon., 1882, cr. 8vo. 3. The Story of Chi
Gordon, Lon., 1883, 8vo; 11th ed., with Addition
H. Craig. 1884.

"Without wearying his readers by describing at le
events which are as familiar In our mouths as house
words, he contents himself with giving a light sketc
them, and fills in the picture with a personal narr
which to most people will be entirely new."—£5at.
lvi. 839.

Vol. ii., 1885.

*' Contains as clear and connected an account of al
circumstances of the tragedy of the Soudan as we c
present hope to obtain."—Sat. Rev., lix. 619.

4. The Unemployed Problem Solved, Lon., 1888,
With Lrfeure, J. G., The New Dance of Death,
18S4, 3 vols. p. 8vo.

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